By Victoria Klesty TROLLHATTAN, Sweden, Jan 29 (Reuters) - People in Trollhattan, in the heart of Sweden's industrial southwest, have grown used to staying abreast of the news out of Detroit. What keeps them focused on the fate of U.S. autos is fear. This municipality is the headquarters of Saab, a money-losing carmaker owned by General Motors, itself struggling for survival. Volvo Cars, based nearby in Gothenburg and also loss-making, is owned by Ford and faces similar uncertainty. ...
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