STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Swedish Automobile said on Thursday it was in "intense final negotiations" with relevant investors about how to secure financing that could help keep carmaker Saab alive, a document received by a Swedish court showed. The administrator in charge of the cash-strapped carmaker's protection from creditors asked a Swedish court last week that the process be terminated. "The final result of these negotiations, which can come more or less anytime, are conclusive ...
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