BERLIN, March 24 (Reuters) - A German committee that met on Wednesday over the issue of state aid to General Motors' [GM.L] Opel unit did not agree on any recommendations for or against granting aid, a company spokesman and state official said. Matthias Machnig, economy minister from Thuringia -- one of the German states home to Opel sites -- accused German Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle of stalling a decision for political reasons until after a key state election in May. "Bruederle ...
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