General Motors Co. must confront the delicate political issue of supporting overseas operations with U.S. taxpayer money if it chooses to hold Adam Opel GmbH. Advisers to GM reportedly have told the auto maker it might be better off keeping the Germany-based subsidiary and propping it up with some $4 billion in financing if a satisfactory deal cannot be struck. GM last week tabled until September a recommendation to sell struggling Opel to parts maker and contract vehicle assembler Magna ...
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