BERLIN, May 28 (Reuters) - The German government will resume its efforts on Friday to find a partner for the Opel unit of General Motors and agree temporary aid for the carmaker after a meeting collapsed with no deal. [ID:nLS81672] Here are key questions and answers about the discussions: WHAT HAPPENS ON FRIDAY? Berlin has set a deadline of 1200 GMT for the two potential investors -- Magna and Fiat -- to submit preliminary contracts which have also been agreed with GM and the U.S. ...
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