FRANKFURT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - General Motors dismissed as "preposterous" a newspaper report on Thursday that the world's biggest carmaker was trying to sell its Swedish brand Saab. "The rumour is totally preposterous. We have stated any number of times over the past several weeks and months how committed we are to the Saab brand and to the people in Sweden," General Motors Europe spokesman Tony Cervone said.
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