German Opel meeting without GM, U.S., investors


BERLIN, May 29 (Reuters) - Top ministers from the German government will meet in Berlin to discuss the future of the Opel unit of General Motors on Friday but no U.S. government officials or representatives from GM will join in, a German government official said on Friday. Potential bidders Magna and Fiat will not participate in the meeting either, said the official who requested anonymity. (Reporting by Markus Wacket)

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