China's Youngman clings to hope on bankrupt Saab


By Johan Ahlander TROLLHATTAN, Sweden, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Chinese car company Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile clung to hope on Tuesday it might salvage parts of bankrupt Saab as Swedish media mourned the passing of one of the country's best known brands. Swedish papers pointed the finger of blame firmly at General Motors, Saab's former owner and holder of vital technology licences, while in Saab's home town in south west Sweden, locals were stunned by the end of 64 years of car ...

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