AMSTERDAM, Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S.-based private equity firm North Street Capital has agreed to buy Dutch luxury car maker Spyker from its parent company Swedish Automobile , the Financial Times newspaper reported on Wednesday. Dutch-listed Swedish Automobile had initially agreed in February to sell Spyker to CPP Global Holdings, the UK holding company of Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov, a former Spyker shareholder, for an initial 15 million euros. But Swedish Automobile, which ...
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