German govt focused on Magna's Opel bid - report


* Merkel says committed to current negotiating line * No guarantee of deal before Sept 27 election FRANKFURT, Aug 28 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her government is committed to its negotiating stance over carmaker Opel, which has strongly favoured auto parts maker Magna's bid, a newspaper reported. "There is a (negotiating) line that has been agreed at ministerial level, and that for me is the determining factor," Merkel was quoted as telling financial daily ...

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