Germany and U.S. get last chance to save Opel


* Germany, U.S. try to save Opel after first talks fail * Opel risks insolvency if no agreement on Friday * Magna has edge over Fiat as talks enter final stage By Noah Barkin BERLIN, May 29 (Reuters) - Germany and the United States get what may be their last chance to save Opel on Friday when they try to put a heated row behind them and forge a plan to shield the carmaker from a bankruptcy of its parent General Motors. A first round of talks that began in Berlin on Wednesday ...

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