May 29 (Reuters) - In the race to acquire General Motors Corp's European carmaker Opel, Canadian-Austrian group Magna International Inc took the lead on Friday, with sources saying it had reached a preliminary deal. [ID:nLT218182] Below are comments made by Magna co-Chief Executive Siegfried Wolf to reporters in Berlin last week about his plans for Opel: WHO WOULD OWN OPEL? GM would still hold 35 percent of Opel. Russian state-controlled bank Sberbank would own another 35 percent while ...
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