* Talks end with no financing deal for Opel * Germans blame GM and U.S. officials for failure * Fiat and Magna seen in two-way race for Opel (Adds quotes, detail, background) By Sarah Marsh and Noah Barkin BERLIN, May 28 (Reuters) - The fate of German carmaker Opel hung in the balance on Thursday after marathon talks on shielding it from the looming bankruptcy of its U.S. parent General Motors ended without a deal. German ministers told reporters after more than 12 hours of ...
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