STOCKHOLM, May 28 (Reuters) - Saab Automobile said on Thursday the possibility of a bankruptcy filing by owner General Motors Corp had not disrupted its sale process and that it was still in discussions with three potential suitors. A spokeswoman for the Swedish automaker, which itself has been granted protection from creditors, said the firm remains confident it can present a suitable candidate for a deal soon. "There are three left and we are in talks with all three and we together ...
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