* Says not clear how much new Saab owner willing to invest * State loan guarantees might not be needed By Love Liman STOCKHOLM, June 25 (Reuters) - Sweden's industry minister said the government was still in the dark on how much funding Koenigsegg Group, the new owner of Saab Automobile, would inject into the carmaker and whether loan guarantees would be needed. Maud Olofsson said on Thursday that the Swedish government had started the process on evaluating possible loan guarantees ...
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