Volvo Car Corp. and the Swedish government are delaying negotiations over a E200 million ($266 million) loan from the European Investment Bank. The postponement of the talks may indicate an impending sale of Volvo, which last year was put up for strategic review by parent Ford Motor Co., Joran Hagglund, a senior official at Sweden’s Ministry of Enterprise, tells The Associated Press. “Ford is in a quite intensive sales process right now, and that isn’t consistent with the government’s ...

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