Saab Automobile AB faces an uncertain future, although the emergence of Beijing Automotive Industry Holdings Co. as a potential stakeholder in the Swedish auto maker could open the doors to the burgeoning Chinese market. Swedish sports-car maker Koenigsegg Automotive AB, which has a memorandum of understanding to purchase Saab from General Motors Co., yesterday announced Chinese auto maker BAIC would become a non-controlling minority shareholder in Koenigsegg. Koenigsegg says in a ...

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