AMSTERDAM, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Dutch sports car maker Spyker Cars NV , which operates a Formula One [FOON.UL] team, on Tuesday denied a newspaper report that it was facing bankruptcy. Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad reported that a Dutch collection agency, acting on behalf of two creditors, requested that Spyker be declared bankrupt. Spyker had not heard of such a request, a spokeswoman for the luxury carmaker said. The collection agency also denied that it was involved with Spyker. ...
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