TROY, MI – Life goes on at Saab Automobile, even though two products are being yanked from the auto maker's lineup due to General Motors Corp.'s divestiture of its stake in Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., make of Subaru vehicles. “In the short term, nothing has changed at all with the Fuji sale,” Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc. General Manager Jay Spenchian says here recently during press conference. “So for '06, it has no impact on our plans.” Subaru built 9-2X for Saab. Fuji's Subaru brand has ...
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