Q+A-Why is Opel still asking for German state aid?


FRANKFURT, May 25 (Reuters) - Germany's state rescue fund is keeping Opel waiting for details of any state guarantees it will make available to the German carmaker. [ID:nLDE64O0J4] Following are some questions and answers about Opel, the European arm of General Motors [GM.UL]: HOW MUCH AID OR SUPPORT DOES OPEL NEED? German Chancellor Angela Merkel originally pledged 4.5 billion euros of state guarantees as part of an earlier plan to sell Opel to auto parts supplier Magna and Russia's ...

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