FRANKFURT, Nov 29 (Reuters) - General Motors' Swedish brand Saab needs more models and a clearer identity, GM Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said in a newspaper interview, adding that designing and building cars in Sweden alone will not work. Calling Saab an "underperformer", Wagoner told Automotive News said the weak dollar exposed a flawed Saab structure of having costs centred in Sweden and Germany while 40 to 50 percent of its sales volume came from the United States. "Second, having a ...
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