Saab Automobile is seriously considering pulling out of the Saab-Alfa Romeo Premium platform, raising doubts about Alfa SpA's ability return to the U.S. Alfa’s U.S. return may hinge on Saab. "We'll make a decision during week 43 (the week starting Nov. 21)," says Hans Demant, the head of General Motors Corp.’s European product development. In recent months GM has been increasingly concerned at Alfa's lack of commitment to the project, based in Sweden. If Saab decides – as seems ...

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