STOCKHOLM, March 31 (Reuters) - Sweden's Debt Office said on Thursday it would take weeks for it consider an application by Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov to take a stake in loss-making carmaker Saab. Antonov was forced out of the original deal for Dutch carmaker Spyker to buy Saab from General Motors after media reports of links to organised crime. He has said he has cleared his name and GM is ready to have him back in the agreement. But Sweden, which guaranteed a 400 million euro ...
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