Hemfosa readies Saab real estate deal, but complex-paper


STOCKHOLM, June 25 (Reuters) - Swedish real estate firm Hemfosa is ready to buy and lease back Saab's factory, throwing the crisis-hit carmaker a lifeline, but Saab's complex financial situation makes a deal difficult, Hemfosa's chief executive told a Swedish newspaper on Saturday. Saab, owned by Swedish Automobile , has been trying to sell and lease back its factory since April to ease a cash crunch that has halted production and forced the company to stop paying wages. For details, see ...

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