FRANKFURT/BERLIN, Feb 22 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] should raise its share of the reorganisation costs for its European arm Opel in order to get state aid from Germany, Handelsblatt newspaper reported on Monday, citing German government sources. GM is asking European countries with Opel plants to contribute 2.7 billion euros ($3.7 billion) of aid towards the 3.3 billion euro revamp. Germany alone is being asked for 1.5 billion in loans or loan guarantees. Handelsblatt cited the ...
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