* Proposal on top of loan guarantee offer * Takes total govt. aid offer to up to 500 mln euros * Contingent on keeping Antwerp plant open (Adds background, detail) BRUSSELS, April 30 (Reuters) - Belgium's Flemish government has proposed a sale and leaseback deal with General Motors that could mean a windfall of 200 million euros ($266 million) for the struggling auto company, it said in a statement on Thursday. The proposed injection would be on top of Flanders's offer of up to 200 ...
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