Germany expects Opel talks to take "quite a while"

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BERLIN, Aug 28 ((Reuters) - Germany expects talks with General Motors on the future of European carmaker Opel to take "quite a while", a government spokesman said on Friday. GM, which holds 35 percent of Opel shares, and Germany, which is providing Opel with state aid, are trying to forge an agreement on the future ownership of Opel but so far the two have failed to agree.

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