FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - Talks between Canadian auto parts supplier Magna and the European Opel dealership association, Euroda, were postponed on Monday by roughly two weeks to July 22, Euroda Vice-Chairman Albert Still said on Tuesday. Still declined to comment on whether the delay to hold meetings over greater dealer influence in a future Magna-Opel group was due to a snag in negotiations between Magna Opel parent General Motors and Magna. [ID:nLU371647] "That would be reading ...
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