UPDATE 1-European court adviser backs fine for GM unit


(Adds quotes from opinion, background) By Michele Sinner LUXEMBOURG, Oct 25 (Reuters) - An appeal by General Motors' Opel Nederlands unit against a 35 million euro ($41.8 million) antitrust fine is without merit, an adviser to the European Union's highest court said on Tuesday. The adviser said the European Court of Justice (ECJ) should reject GM's appeal. "I propose that the court should declare the appeal is dismissed," said Advocate General Antonio Tizzano. The ECJ follows such ...

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