STOCKHOLM, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Swedish luxury car maker Koenigsegg Group could pull out of its planned purchase of Saab Automobile from General Motors [GM.UL] unless steps to secure loans are in place by Wednesday, a part owner told a newspaper on Saturday. Norwegian businessman Bard Eker, who owns part of Koenigsegg through his holding company, told Dagens Industri that progress was needed on the billions of crowns of loans from the European Investment Bank (EIB) that Koenigsegg needs to ...
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