BERLIN, Nov 30 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] has regained full control over Opel after paying back a 1.5 billion euro emergency loan including interest, dissolving a trust that held a 65 percent stake in the European carmaker. "The shares in Adam Opel GmbH were returned to GM," the German economics ministry said in a statement on Monday. GM lost majority ownership in Opel in June, when Germany agreed to provide a six-month emergency loan to the Ruesselsheim-based manufacturer of the ...
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