Saab Automobile’s 3,800 employees will stop work Feb. 23 to join dealers and suppliers in a party celebrating the first anniversary of the company’s rebirth as an independent auto maker. Part of Saab’s factory in Trollhättan, Sweden, will be converted into an entertainment arena, where the celebration will be take place exactly one year to the day that General Motors sold Saab to Netherlands-based Spyker Cars. When that deal was signed, new Saab Chairman Victor Muller promised workers ...
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