Dutch investment group takes stake in Spyker cars


AMSTERDAM, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Dutch investment group De Vries Robbe has taken a stake in the country's loss-making luxury sports car maker Spyker , the two said on Friday. De Vries Robbe and Spyker said in a statement that the investment firm had bought the stake held by Dutch media tycoon John de Mol's investment vehicle, Talpa Capital. No financial details of the transaction were given.

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