STOCKHOLM, March 30 (Reuters) - Sweden's debt office, which has guaranteed an EIB loan for Saab and must approve any change of ownership in the Swedish carmaker, said on Wednesday it had received an application from Vladimir Antonov's Convers Group. "I can confirm that Convers Group sent in an application yesterday evening," said Daniel Barr, head of bank support and project manager for Saab at the Swedish debt office. Barr declined to comment on the nature of the application and said ...
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