FRANKFURT, Aug 25 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] may make clear, within the next 24 hours, whether it wants to keep its European carmaker Opel rather than sell it, a German labour representative said on Tuesday. Armin Schild, IG Metall's leader in the state of Hesse where Opel has its headquarters, said the fact that GM's options for Opel had come to light ahead of an official announcement could mean that they were under serious consideration. "I see that as a bad sign for the future ...
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