Merkel party ally urges delay in Opel decision-paper

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FRANKFURT, Aug 30 (Reuters) - A member of German chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has pushed for a delay of the decision about the fate of General Motors' [GM.UL] European unit Opel until after Germany's federal elections, a newspaper said. "I think it would make sense to delay the decision until after the federal elections," Hans-Peter Friedrich, conservative parliamentary deputy floor leader, told German daily Die Welt. "An objective decision could only be made with ...

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