Swedish debt office says Antonov can own Saab stake

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STOCKHOLM, April 28 (Reuters) - Sweden's Debt Office gave the green light on Thursday for Russian financier Vladimir Antonov to become a shareholder of struggling carmaker Saab, owned by Dutch Spyker . The debt office said in a statement it had found no reason to oppose of Antonov becoming a shareholder in Saab in its official review of his suitability as an owner. Production has been stopped at Saab in Sweden since early April because the company cannot pay some suppliers and management ...

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