STOCKHOLM, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Sweden's Debt Office has paid back loans the European Investment Bank made to Saab, making the Nordic country the bankrupt car firm's biggest creditor. The Debt Office guaranteed Saab's original 400 million euro ($526 million) loan from the EIB, of which the carmaker used 217 million euros. "The debt amounts to slightly less than 2.2 billion crowns ($325 million)," the Debt Office said on Friday. Shares in Saab Automobile Parts and Saab Automobile Tools held as ...
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