STOCKHOLM, June 20 (Reuters) - Troubled Swedish carmaker Saab said it did not know when it will start building vehicles again. "It will not be today. The staff is in place this morning but not today. We have no forecast, but we will try and restart it as soon as we can", Saab spokesman Eric Geers told Reuters on Monday. 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 May, but was quickly ...
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