Parts-making giant Magna International Inc. saw a loss in the year’s first quarter due to the global auto industry’s severe downturn, officials say today, while refusing to elaborate on the company’s interest in a minority stake in Adam Opel GmbH, General Motors Corp.’s struggling German unit. “As everyone knows, something is going to happen to Opel, or that portion of GM Europe,” says Don Walker, co-CEO at Magna, an Aurora, ON, Canada-based company. “There are a lot of parties interested ...

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