The past weeks truly have been a Saab story for the Swedish premium brand. Anxiety and rumors have been replaced with anxiety and confirmation. Parent General Motors confirmed Sweden’s worst manufacturing fear. An Opel plant in Russelsheim, Germany, was picked over the Saab plant in Trollhattan to build the next generation of midsize cars. The news ended months of speculation and rumor, including reports Saab was about to be purchased by Renault, or taken over by a Chinese company. ...
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