No Opel dividend until loans repaid-govt source


BERLIN, May 30 (Reuters) - The newly restructured German Adam Opel will not pay any dividend until state-backed loans to save the carmaker are repaid, a German government source said on Saturday after a deal was reached with Canada's Magna , General Motors and governments to save Opel. The new Opel will have access in principle to markets around the world with the exception of the United States and Canada for the time being, the source added. Germany also has no plans to take a stake in ...

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