* German politicians vent anger over lack of Opel decision * State premier asks Washington to help resolve issue * Economy Minister says deal still possible * Points of contention to be discussed over next week (Recasts with political reaction) By Dave Graham BERLIN, Aug 22 (Reuters) - German politicians reacted angrily on Saturday to the failure of carmaker General Motors to choose a buyer for its German unit Opel, prompting an appeal to the United States government to help ...
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