TROLLHATTAN, Sweden – Production workers are completing retooling for building the all-new 9-3 in a plant that Saab Automobile has invested $450 million to modernize over the last four years. Saab has invested $450 in its Trollhatten, Sweden, plant over the last four years Preparations for building the new car are reaching a climax, with Job 1 slated for late July. “We're so overworked with the startup," says, Lars Danielson, chief of Saab's production facilities. The ...

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