BRUSSELS, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The European Commission and officials from countries hosting Opel factories will discuss on Oct. 7 Germany's controversial plan to grant state aid for the ailing European carmaker. The meeting will make it easier for the Commission to decide whether Opel should receive aid after it is sold to a group led by Canadian automotive group Magna by General Motors [GM.UL], EU Industry Commissioner Guenter Verheugen said. Berlin's pledge to give 4.5 billion euros ...
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