STUTTGART, Germany, Nov 14 (Reuters) - German steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp said late on Thursday talks with Adam Opel AG about buying the carmaker's parts business were proving more difficult than expected. "We have a few stumbling blocks which we simply can't get away from. The talks are in a difficult phase," Juergen Harnisch, the head of Thyssen's automotive division, told reporters in comments embargoed until Friday. Opel, the lossmaking German unit of the world's biggest ...
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