FRANKFURT, Feb 21 (Reuters) - General Motors remains committed to its Swedish car brand Saab, but thinks Saab must nearly double output to make money consistently, GM Vice Chairman Robert Lutz said in a newspaper interview. "We like the brand, and we want to retain it," Lutz told Automotive News Europe in an interview published on Monday. "We will do what is needed to keep the Swedish character of Saab." But GM's determination to stop losses at Saab means the brand may not remain an ...
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