BERLIN, Aug 23 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed her regret at General Motors' [GM.UL] failure to choose a buyer for its German unit Opel, and said that a decision was "urgently" needed for the carmaker's future. In an interview with German ZDF television due to be broadcast later on Sunday, Merkel said she felt there might be a conflict of interest between GM and countries with a stake in its European operations, but that progress was being made. "I regret that a ...
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