FRANKFURT, May 27 (Reuters) - As the battle for German carmaker Opel narrowed to a two-way race between Fiat and Magna , overnight talks to shield Opel from parent General Motors' looming bankruptcy ended with no deal early on Thursday. [ID:nSP402834] Talks are due to continue on Friday, and here are some of the possible outcomes: DEAL GOES AHEAD WITH AN INVESTOR Berlin has excluded Belgium-listed RHJ International from the bidding, to continue talks with Italian carmaker Fiat and ...
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