* Germany agrees deal with Magna, GM, governments * Obama phone call helped seal deal - Merkel * Deal to shield Opel from GM bankruptcy * Two state parliaments still to endorse deal (Updates with Merkel news conference, reaction in Russia) By Gernot Heller and Madeline Chambers BERLIN, May 30 (Reuters) - Germany heaved a sigh of relief on Saturday over a deal with Canadian auto parts group Magna , General Motors and the U.S. government to save carmaker Opel from the imminent ...
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