* GM takes no decision on Opel after board meeting * Board wants details from Germany on Opel funding plan * German official says talks to continue next week By Angelika Gruber and Soyoung Kim FRANKFURT/DETROIT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - The board of General Motors Co [GM.UL] declined on Friday to name Canada's Magna International as the winning bidder for Opel, leaving the fate of its German unit up in the air. Two sources familiar with the situation said GM's board had opted to ask for ...
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