STOCKHOLM, Feb 24 (Reuters) - General Motors is looking for a buyer for its loss-making Swedish car brand Saab, a newspaper said on Thursday, adding to speculation about the fate of the group. Dagens Industri said GM has had contacts with several Chinese firms, but also mentioned Renault and Nissan as potential purchasers. GM has said it will announce a decision on Saab's future in the first quarter of this year. "In the past month the position on Saab's future has changed," Dagens ...
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