AMSTERDAM, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Race car aficionado Alex Mascioli, whose U.S. firm is investing $70 million in the Dutch owner of Swedish auto maker Saab, said on Friday he was willing to use his resources to save the firm from a possible bankruptcy. Saab owner Swedish Automobile has accepted a $10 million equity investment and a $60 million loan from Mascioli's North Street Capital LP, a U.S. private equity and hedge fund manager, to fund its ongoing reorganisation. [ID:nL5E7LK3UG] "I ...
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