Spyker's Saab says output to start again Thursday


STOCKHOLM, March 30 (Reuters) - Dutch group Spyker's ailing Swedish automaker Saab will start production again on Thursday and has solved a problem over deliveries and payment with a key supplier, a spokesman said on Wednesday. Saab spokesman Eric Geers said the company had had fruitful talks with transport firm Schenker, which would start deliveries to Saab again and allow production to resume. Geers spoke after production stopped for a second day on Wednesday following problems with ...

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