* Analysts, investors raise questions on future of deal * Spyker shares shoot 50 pct higher * Financing terms loom large over company By Ben Berkowitz AMSTERDAM, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Dutch luxury sportscar maker Spyker may have been the unlikely winner of the Saab auction, but it is likely to struggle with the real challenge ahead: converting two loss-making companies into a profitable one. After months of tortuous negotiations, Spyker sealed a deal with General Motors [GM.UL] to buy ...
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