STOCKHOLM, March 30 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov said on Wednesday he has applied to Sweden to become a shareholder in car maker Saab, a move which could boost the finances of the ailing auto group. "Sweden is very open society and to avoid any rumors:) yes we officially submitted the forms to NDO (Swedish National Debt Office) for change of control approval," Antonov said on his Twitter page. Antonov has said he was forced out of the original deal for Dutch firm ...
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