Dutch billionaire says not involved in Saab bid


AMSTERDAM, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Dutch billionaire John de Mol is not involved in a possible buyout of Swedish carmaker Saab, which Dutch Spyker Cars would like to buy from General Motors [GM.UL], De Mol's investment company Talpa said. Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet has cited De Mol as a possible candidate to back Spyker in its bid to buy Saab, but Talpa said in a statement on Thursday that both Swedish and Dutch press reports suggesting De Mol's involvement were not correct. (Reporting by ...

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