Spyker CEO expects Saab decision this week-paper

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STOCKHOLM, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Spyker Cars' chief executive expects a decision in days on whether the company has been successful in a bid to buy Sweden's Saab Automobile from U.S. parent General Motors [GM.UL]. "We expect a decision from GM this week," Spyker CEO Victor Muller was quoted by daily Svenska Dagbladet as saying on Monday. "Given that the deadline is December 31, I really expect they will be in contact soon." Saab, one of Sweden's best-known brands, has been hoping an ...

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