MOSCOW, June 26 (Reuters) - A bid for a major stake in Opel led by Canadian auto parts maker Magna could still fail, a top official at Magna partner Sberbank said on Friday with the finish line for a deal just under three weeks away. "Anything could happen," a member of Sberbank's management board, Denis Bugrov, told reporters at Sberbank's annual meeting when asked if the deal could fail. (Reporting by Dmitry Sergeyev; writing by Melissa Akin; editing by Dmitry Zhdannikov)
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