STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Sweden's Debt Office and former Saab owner GM approved a plan for Russia financier Vladimir Antonov to take a stake in the struggling car maker, though GM attached conditions, Swedish media said on Thursday. The Debt Office approved Antonov as an owner, Swedish public service television said, without quoting sources. Production has been stopped at Saab in Sweden since early April because the company cannot pay some suppliers. Antonov wants to buy into ...
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