WRAPUP 1-Tensions rise as Germany races for Opel deal


* Bidders scramble to meet 1200 GMT Opel deadline * Fiat CEO says won't take "extravagant risks" for Opel * Saab gets more time to restructure * Renault, Nissan seek more savings from alliance By Noah Barkin and Ian Simpson BERLIN/MILAN, May 29 (Reuters) - Germany raced to overcome a transatlantic spat and growing tensions among Opel bidders to clinch a deal for the German carmaker on Friday, as parent General Motors hurtled towards bankruptcy. [ID:nLT424201] As the clock ticked ...

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