Saab Sends Workers Back to Finish Stagnant Production Line

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Saab Sends Workers Back to Finish Stagnant Production Line
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Just about 100 more Saabs will roll off the line after the Swedish automaker decided to send some employees back to finish incomplete units still standing in the factory. The company was plagued with financial problems after changing hands from GM to Spyker Cars and ultimately Swedish Automobile. That forced them to shut down despite… Continue Reading...

Saab Could Lose Court Protection From Creditors

Saab Could Lose Court Protection From Creditors
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Saab has officially been struggling for two whole years now, since its problems first came to light in December, 2009. With time, it has seen some positive developments, but things don’t look any better for the foreseeable future. A few months ago, Saab had received a court order that prevented its creditors to push the… Continue Reading...

Chinese Bank May Come To Saab’s Rescue

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Chinese Bank May Come To Saab’s Rescue
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Saab’s sob story saga might be coming to an end, though the information surrounding their pending acquisition is murky at best. Rumors swirled quickly around the media yesterday that the Bank of China, fourth-largest by market value had planned to acquire just under 50 percent of the company. Those reports are now being corrected— it’s a bank in… Continue Reading...

GM Challenges Chinese Acquisition Of Saab

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GM Challenges Chinese Acquisition Of Saab
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Saab‘s matchmaking saga is the stuff of cinema. Facing compounding financial dilemmas and a series of unsuccessful talks with a number of investors, the troubled Swedish automaker had little going for it. Just as Saab was close to finally making a deal with its Chinese investors, Pang Da Automobile Trade Co. and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus… Continue Reading...

Chinese Buyers Pledge $850M in Long Term Saab Funding

Chinese Buyers Pledge $850M in Long Term Saab Funding
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After much back and forth over the past months between Swedish Automaker Saab and Chinese suitors Pang Da Automobile Trade Co. and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile Co., it seems like funding for Saab is very much back. The Chinese companies have both agreed to buy the Swedish automaker, providing the company with some much needed… Continue Reading...