India's Mahindra interested in bankrupt Saab - Bloomberg


Dec 31 (Reuters) - Mahindra & Mahindra, India's largest utility vehicle maker, is interested in buying at least part of bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab Automobile, Bloomberg reported on Friday citing sources. Mahindra is trying to set up meetings with two court-appointed administrators who are overseeing Saab's bankruptcy possibly to buy parts of the carmaker or the whole company, Bloomberg said. A Mahindra spokeswoman declined to comment when contacted by Reuters. Saab was declared ...

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