STOCKHOLM, Jan 21 (Reuters) - The receivers for bankrupt car maker Saab are talking with several bidders and would like to sell the Swedish company as a whole, but there have been no formal bids yet, they said on Saturday. Saab was declared bankrupt in December after frantic rescue efforts by its former owner, Swedish Automobile. Chinese group Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile could make a fresh bid in the coming week, sources have told Reuters. "We have had discussions with a number of ...
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