BERLIN, May 27 (Reuters) - The German government will probably continue talks with at least two potential bidders for carmaker Opel after a top-level meeting in the evening, a government spokesman said on Wednesday. "It is much more probable that talks will be continued with at least two investors after today's meeting," government spokesman Thomas Steg told reporters. He added it was not too late for the government to consider a bidder from China, although they would not participate in ...
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