* Forster says will do everything he can to get state aid * Says wants to help make decision process more transparent (Adds details, background) RUESSELSHEIM, Germany, March 31 (Reuters) - General Motors' European business has laid the foundation for overcoming the German federal government's opposition to state aid for its local carmaker Opel, GM Europe's head said on Tuesday. "We want to do everything that is in our interest to contribute to making the decision process transparent ...
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