* Talks between Magna, GM, governments going well * Deal would shield Opel from GM bankruptcy * Fiat CEO says to focus on Chrysler deal (Recasts with German official, adds background) By Madeline Chambers and Gernot Heller BERLIN, May 29 (Reuters) - Talks aimed at securing an investor for carmaker Opel and shielding it from the imminent bankruptcy of its U.S. parent General Motors are going well, a German government official said on Friday. Earlier, Canadian auto parts group Magna ...
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