AMSTERDAM, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Swedish Automobile's sale of its Spyker luxury car unit to U.S.-based private equity firm North Street Capital isn't a done deal, Patrick Beijersbergen, from the Dutch shareholders association VEB, told Reuters on Friday. Swedish Automobile, owner of cash-strapped car maker Saab, held an extra ordinary shareholders meeting in the Netherlands on Friday. Beijersbergen said Chief Executive Victor Muller told the 24 investors present at the meeting that he would ...
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