A marriage between Fiat Auto SpA and General Motors Corp. might be beneficial after all, according to the head of GM’s Adam Opel AG unit. Carl-Peter Forster, Opel chairman and managing director, says a possible decision by Fiat Auto to exercise the put option on its equity alliance with GM could be a blessing in disguise. Carl-Peter Forster "There are a lot of opportunities," Forster tells Reuters in an interview. He says adding Fiat to GM’s European product mix could help ...

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