STOCKHOLM, June 23 (Reuters) - Unions at troubled car firm said on Thursday Saab had until Monday to pay their wages or they would start a legal process that could end in bankruptcy for the iconic brand, owned by Swedish Automobile . The IF Metall and Unionen groups said they would send a formal demand for payment on Monday if their members had not received their wages. "Then the company has seven days to react," IF Metall representative Veli-Pekka Saikkala told Reuters. "After that ...
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