* Spyker Cars offer expires at 2200 GMT * Renewed offer excludes EIB loan approval * Spyker shares up 26.9 pct at 2.17 euros AMSTERDAM, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Shares in Dutch luxury carmaker Spyker soared on Monday after the company made a new bid for General Motors's [GM.UL] Swedish car brand Saab. The partly Russian owned Spyker said on Sunday it had lodged a renewed fast-track offer to buy Saab from GM just two days after last-ditch talks with GM over a rescue of the loss-making ...
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