FACTBOX-Key facts about GM's Saab after sale falls through


Nov 24 (Reuters) - General Motors' [GM.UL] deal to sell its Swedish Saab unit has fallen apart, after niche luxury carmaker Koenigsegg, which was due to buy the loss-making business, withdrew from talks, Koenigsegg confirmed on Tuesday. For the main story on GM and Saab, click on [ID:nN2418890] GM's board will meet next Tuesday to consider Saab's fate, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. [ID:nWEN6901] Below are some key facts about Saab Automobile: * Headquarters: ...

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