WRAPUP 2-Opel race narrows to two but still no funding deal


* Germany blames U.S. for lack of Opel deal * GM bankruptcy imminent after bondholders reject debt swap * Chrysler awaits court verdict on asset transfer to Fiat * Visteon files for Chapter 11 in U.S. * Japanese automaker output slumps again in April (Adds extra comments) By Sarah Marsh and Kevin Krolicki BERLIN/DETROIT, May 28 (Reuters) - As the battle for German carmaker Opel effectively narrowed to a race between Fiat and Magna , overnight talks to shield Opel from General ...

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