NEW YORK – For what is believed to be only the second time since General Motors Corp. acquired Saab Automobile, the Swedish brand will be profitable this year, says Jay G. Spenchian, general manager of Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc. "If the numbers move in the right direction in the fourth quarter, our forecast is for Saab to make money worldwide this year," he says. Spenchian also says despite repeated calls from financial analysts that GM jettison the Swedish marque to save money, he has been ...

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