DETROIT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] is considering keeping its Opel business in Europe instead of selling it by winning billions of dollars in aid from the U.S. and European governments, the Financial Times reported on Monday. Under one potential plan, GM would abandon the German government brokered sale of Opel and raise about 3 billion euros ($4.3 billion) for Opel and its British Vauxhall brand, the FT reported. The U.S. government, and European governments including ...
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