PARIS – General Motors Europe plans to fill the Saab Automobile plant at Trollhattan, Sweden, with a mixture of low-volume cars not yet on the market. Although Saab continues to lose money and GM’s leading investor proposes the brand be sold or shut down, GM has plans to keep Trollhattan running even after its core products move to Adam Opel AG’s underutilized plant in Russelsheim, Germany. Saab 9-3 will move to Germany by 2008. In a recent interview, GM Europe President ...

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