Magna International Inc. executives may be hitting their heads against the wall that separates suppliers and auto makers, but industry analysts wonder if they can – or should – break through. In a bid to acquire Adam Opel GmbH from bankrupt General Motors Corp., Magna is making its most aggressive play yet to build its own vehicles. And if reached, such a deal would redraw boundaries as old as the industry itself. “Investors are wary of any potential (Adam Opel GmbH) involvement, seeing ...

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