STOCKHOLM, May 19 (Reuters) - Swedish carmaker Saab said on Thursday some suppliers had agreed to restart deliveries and it was pursuing talks with others to get production going again after a month's hiatus due to unpaid bills. Saab, rescued from going under by Dutch company Spyker a year ago, got another last-minute reprieve on Monday when it inked a preliminary funding deal with Chinese group Pangda Automobile Trade Co . [ID:nLDE74F0FK] Production director and purchasing manager, ...
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