Several buyers express interest in bankrupt Saab-receivers


STOCKHOLM, Dec 30 (Reuters) - A number of potential buyers have shown interest in parts or all of bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab and there is a chance a deal can be made which allows some operations to continue, the company's receivers said on Friday. The famed Swedish car maker was declared bankrupt by a court earlier this month, ending a nine-month battle by its Dutch owner Swedish Automobile NV to stay afloat. It has not made any vehicles since April and several rescues have ...

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