* Paper says Dutch billionaire Boekhoorn backing bid * Boekhoorn strongly denies involvement * Offer deadline extended until further notice * Spyker shares up 7.3 percent By Gilbert Kreijger AMSTERDAM, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Spyker Cars pressed ahead with efforts to cut a deal for Saab with General Motors, with talk of possible backing from a Dutch billionaire fanning the Swedish carmaker's faint hopes of an eleventh-hour reprieve. Shares in the Dutch luxury carmaker rose sharply on ...
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