A wind-down of Saab Automobile AB is a likely scenario in the wake of Koenigsegg Group AB’s decision to abandon its acquisition of the struggling Sweden-based auto maker. General Motors Co., which owns Saab and has been negotiating with Koenigsegg, says today it is considering its options and will disclose the “next steps” next week. Koenigsegg, a boutique-brand manufacturer of high-performance cars also based in Sweden, cites delay as the reason for backing out of its bid for Saab, ...
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