The importer and distributor of Saab cars in Australia closes its doors and enters into administration following the bankruptcy in December of its Swedish parent company. The end came after the company that now owns the collapsed Saab's parts division pulled out of a deal to buy the Australian operation. The Australian Broadcasting Corp. reports Saab Australia owes about A$2 million ($2.09 million) to its creditors. Saab Australia had six staff operating out of Port ...
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