STOCKHOLM, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Talks between Ford-owned Volvo Car Corp and Swedish authorities on providing the carmaker with state loan guarantees will produce any deal next week at the earliest, the debt office said on Wednesday. The loss-making Swedish carmaker, whose ailing U.S. parent has said it wants to sell the business, has applied for state guarantees for 5 billion crowns ($568 million) of loans from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The Swedish debt office, which is handling ...
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