By Christina Fincher LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) - Union leaders on Saturday urged the government to do more to safeguard British jobs after Germany announced a deal to save the European arm of stricken U.S. car giant, General Motors . After six hours of talks on Friday, Germany reached a deal with Canadian auto parts group Magna and its Russian banking partner Sberbank to take over most of GM Europe, which includes German-based Opel and British-based Vauxhall brands. While Germany ...
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