Parts maker Magna International Inc. and Russian lender Sberbank expect to invest €500 million ($711 million) in Adam Opel GmbH over time if the consortium is successful in their takeover bid of newly formed General Motors Co.’s struggling German unit. Magna also confirms it will take a greater stake in Opel than previously contemplated, likely in an attempt to ease German officials’ fears that Sberbank might exercise too much control of the auto maker or unload its share to another ...

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