BERLIN, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Carmaker General Motors should be able to agree on a buyer for its German unit Opel despite failing to make a decision on Friday, Germany's Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg was quoted as saying on Saturday. "I regret that the supervisory board was unable to come to a decision," Guttenberg told the online edition of the Hamburger Abendblatt daily. "There is still room for an agreement." Despite strong German pressure to back a bid by Magna ...
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