The future of cash-strapped, Sweden-based Saab, saved from liquidation last year when General Motors sold the auto maker to Dutch millionaire Victor Muller, hinges on a race to build cash and beat a potential bankruptcy forced by the Swedish government. “It is difficult to be confident,” says Ian Fletcher, an automotive analyst with IHS Global Insight in London. The Swedish Debt Enforcement Admin. decided Tuesday to begin seeking Saab assets, after launching an investigation earlier in ...
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