DETROIT – There doesn’t appear to be a quick fix in the cards for Saab Automobile. After a mostly unprofitable decade and years of neglect on the product side, the Swedish auto maker – fully owned by General Motors Corp. since 2000 – now believes it finally has the corporate muscle to take it where it wants to go. But caught in what President and CEO Peter Augustsson calls a “chicken-and-egg” dilemma, the battle back won’t be easy and it won’t come overnight. Saab, Augustsson says, still ...
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