Antonov aware EIB won't allow him as owner in Saab


STOCKHOLM, July 28 (Reuters) - Vladimir Antonov has been informed that the European Investment Bank will not allow him to invest in ailing Swedish carmaker Saab , a spokesman for the Russian businessman said on Thursday. "We have known for a few weeks," Antonov's spokesman Lars Carlstrom told Reuters. The EIB, which has loaned Saab money and therefore has a veto right in ownership issues, has not made any formal statement about Antonov's application for approval as a shareholder. ...

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