Saab Automobile, fearing a loan from its Chinese investors will not come through in time to keep its restructuring bid alive, says it instead will accept a cash infusion from the U.S. private-equity firm North Street Capital valued at some $70 million. Saab’s parent, Swedish Automobile, said last month Chinese auto maker Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile and dealer-giant Pang da would provide a $70 million bridge loan to help finance its reorganization. But today the Swedish auto maker ...

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