STOCKHOLM, March 30 (Reuters) - Production stopped for a second day in a row on Wednesday at Dutch group Spyker's ailing Swedish automaker Saab, a spokeswoman for Saab said. She could give no further details of how long the production stop had lasted. Production got back into gear in the morning after a halt on Tuesday following problems with suppliers, who have said they have not been paid. The website of the newspaper of the town of Trolhattan in western Sweden, where Saab is based, ...
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