Germany has reached a landmark deal with Canadian auto parts group Magna , General Motors and governments to save carmaker Opel from the imminent bankruptcy of its U.S. parent. Click on the codes in brackets to see main stories. MAIN STORY > Germany seals deal to save Opel, Obama helps [nLU272618] OTHER STORIES > Merkel says Obama call helped seal Opel deal [nLU436586] > Magna takeover means 2,600 Opel jobs cut-source [nBAT002982] > No Opel dividend until loans repaid-govt ...
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