Spyker Likely to Go Bust Without New Investors

Left languishing in the wake of Saab’s failure, Swedish luxury supercar maker Spyker desperately needs investors to stay afloat but it may be too much to ask for the company to overcome its current catch-22. 

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Saab Gets Last Minute Payment to Help Keep It Afloat

In yet another twist to the ongoing Saab soap opera, the Swedish automaker has received a payment from Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile as it struggles to stay solvent. The payment, which is some $5 million will be reportedly be used to cover outstanding tax expenses.

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Chinese Bank May Come To Saab's Rescue

Saab’s sob story saga might be coming to an end, though the information surrounding their pending acquisition is murky at best.

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GM Threatens to Halt 9-4X Production for Saab Pending Sale to Chinese Automakers

General Motors has announced that it will cut ties with Saab over its pending sale to two Chinese automakers. The threat has some very real consequences with GM stating it would cease manufacturing of the 9-4X crossover for Saab, as well as stop delivery of the parts it currently supplies the Swedish automaker with.

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Saab to Apply for Creditor Protection as Bankruptcy Looms Yet Again

Debt ridden Saab is to apply for court protection from its creditors in a bid to stave off bankruptcy get again. For months, the automaker has struggled to raise finances to pay off suppliers, and as a result, has halted production. Saab was rescued from bankruptcy last year by Dutch owner, Swedish Automobile (formerly Spyker), as former owner General Motors prepared to shut the company down

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