FRANKFURT, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Saab is in talks with the Turkish government as it seeks an investor to revive the bankrupt Swedish carmaker, German magazine auto motor und sport said, citing sources close to Saab's management. The magazine reported on Friday that talks were initiated by Victor Muller, the chief executive of Saab owner Swedish Automobile, after the Turkish government expressed interest in the carmaker. It said talks were still at a very early stage. Saab was not immediately ...
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