* Meeting set for Brussels on Friday * Industry ministers from all 27 states invited * EU wants state aid rules maintained (Adds Commission spokesmen) By Ilona Wissenbach BRUSSELS, May 28 (Reuters) - The European Commission called a meeting of European trade and economy ministers for Friday to discuss the future of carmaker Opel in Europe, insisting any solution must comply with EU state aid rules. Overnight talks in Berlin between German authorities and officials from Opel's ...
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