BERLIN, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Germany is ready for further talks with General Motors on the sale of European carmaker Opel and wants to avoid confrontation with the U.S. firm on the matter, a government spokesman said on Monday. "It is important not to resort to confrontation," government spokesman Ulrich Wilhelm said at a regular government news conference, adding the government aimed to invite a member of the GM board to Germany to discuss Opel this week. On Friday, GM failed to recommend ...
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