* Obama administration to leave Opel buyer choice to GM * German labor union protests GM delay with wage demand * German officials urge calm (Adds background on Opel talks, details throughout) By David Lawder and Christiaan Hetzner WASHINGTON/FRANKFURT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The Obama administration pledged on Monday to stay out of General Motors Co's choice of a buyer for its Opel unit in Europe as German union leaders put more pressure on the U.S. automaker to make a decision. ...
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