STOCKHOLM — Union workers at Saab Automobile AB are taking in stride General Motors Corp.'s decision to buy the remaining 50% of the Swedish automaker. Politicians in Trollhattan, where Saab has its main factory, go so far as to say the buyout was necessary. “Saab would not have survived on its own,” says Municipal Board Chairman Gert-Inge Andersson, noting that GM has been good for the community's economy as well. Saab workers say they don't think the buyout will mean layoffs, adding ...

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