STOCKHOLM, May 26 (Reuters) - Struggling carmaker Saab plans to restart its production line in Sweden on Friday after six weeks of being idle due to cash flow problems, a Swedish business daily reported on Thursday. Dagens Industri quoted Gunnar Brunius, Saab Automobile's vice president of purchasing and manufacturing, as saying that the Dutch-owned carmaker aimed to start off slowly, rolling out 100 cars on Friday instead of its usual 230 to 240 per day production. "We have decided to ...
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