May 28 (Reuters) - As the battle for German carmaker Opel effectively narrowed to a two-way race between Fiat and Magna , overnight talks to shield Opel from parent General Motors' looming bankruptcy ended with no deal. German ministers blamed GM and the U.S. Treasury for the failure, and said they wanted more details from the U.S. on Friday before committing money to assist a deal. [ID:nSP402834] Below are details of the main GM operations building cars for Europe. Figures are from ...
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