STOCKHOLM, June 20 (Reuters) - Production of Saab cars in Sweden will be halted for at least two more weeks, a spokesman for the firm, owned by Swedish Automobile, said on Monday. "There will be no normal production during weeks 25 and 26 (June 20th-July 3rd). But I cannot confirm any new starting date", spokeswoman Gunilla Gustavs said. Saab's factory in southern Sweden stood still for most of April and May because it could not pay its suppliers. It started making cars again late in ...
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