Production halted at automaker Saab plant - report


STOCKHOLM, March 30 (Reuters) - Spyker's Swedish automaker Saab halted production on Tuesday at its main plant after some suppliers stopped deliveries due to unpaid bills, daily Dagens Industri reported. The Swedish newspaper said several sources had stated production was at a stand-still at the Saab plant in Trollhattan, in western Sweden. Saab spokespeople in Sweden were not immediately available for comment while a Dutch spokesman could not confirm the report. Saab Chairman Victor ...

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