BILBAO, Spain, June 23 (Reuters) - Spyker wants to secure a platform-sharing partner for Saab's planned new 92 small car before deciding how to fund the project, and hopes to decide on a partner by year-end, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Niche Dutch carmaker Spyker took over Sweden's Saab from General Motors [GM.UL] earlier this year and is working to revive the flagging brand. Under GM, Saab's sales slumped to around 40,000 cars last year from around 130,000 five years ago. ...
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