General Motors Co. reportedly extends the deadline to review bids for its Saab Automobile AB unit and will restart production of Saab cars, providing the 65-year-old Swedish auto maker with another ray of hope. GM had planned to wind down Saab at the end of the year after at least two failed divestiture attempts. But according to two sources, GM’s deadline to decide the fate of Saab has been extended, leaving open the possibility suitors still could snap it up. Eric Geers, a spokesman ...
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