Saab expects its Trollhattan, Sweden, assembly plant to stand idle for another week as the auto maker sorts out a cash shortage suspending parts shipments and wages for its workers. Saab shut down Trollhattan June 9, after failing to renegotiate contract terms with its suppliers. Some parts makers had cut off shipments because Saab could not make timely payments. The auto maker has had 14 days of available production since a 7-week stoppage halted output in April and May as Saab sought ...
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