BERLIN, May 30 (Reuters) - Germany reached a deal in talks with Canada's Magna , General Motors and governments to save Opel, German government leaders said on Saturday after a marathon six-hour meeting in the chancellery. Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck and Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg told journalists outside the chancellery shortly after 2 a.m. that a deal on bridge financing and a trustee model for the German carmaker Opel were agreed. (Reporting by Madeline ...
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