June 30 (Reuters) - The fate of General Motors Corp's German unit Opel took a twist on Tuesday when the Financial Times reported Belgium-based RHJ International -- thought to have been out of the running -- was close to reaching a deal. [ID:nLU10757] [ID:nLU371647] Canadian-Austrian auto parts maker Magna International saw off other suitors to clinch a last-minute preliminary agreement for Opel in May, just before parent GM filed for bankruptcy. The two parties are hammering out details ...
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