* German government urges calm after GM delays Opel decision * Labour leader threatens "spectacular measures" * Looming German election raises stakes for Berlin * U.S. gov't says does not want to get involved (Recasts, adds U.S. government comment, background) By Noah Barkin and Maria Sheahan BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The German government sought to calm a growing transatlantic row over the fate of carmaker Opel on Monday as unions threatened "spectacular measures" to ...
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