AMSTERDAM, March 30 (Reuters) - Shares in Spyker Cars fell 18 percent early on Wednesday on news that its Swedish auto maker Saab had halted production the previous day. Trading in Spyker shares in Amsterdam was suspended in the first few minutes of trading, an automatic response to any big opening move in a stock. Spyker's chief executive, Victor Muller, told Reuters on Wednesday morning that production was halted for two hours on Tuesday because a transport company wanted better ...
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