FRANKFURT, Aug 26 (Reuters) - The German government might drop its opposition to Belgian-based financial investor RHJ International as a buyer for General Motors' [GM.UL] European unit Opel, Bild newspaper reported on Thursday. Berlin could be willing to accept RHJ if it teamed up with an international partner from the car industry, the mass-selling daily said, without saying where it obtained the information. Germany's Economy Ministry was not immediately available for comment. The ...
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