Swedish government agrees on package to help Saab


STOCKHOLM, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Sweden's government has agreed a package of aid to the region that is home to General Motors' Saab plant, an official said on Wednesday, in a move to help persuade the U.S. giant to keep the factory open. GM, which recently announced wide job cuts in Europe, is due to decide in the first quarter of next year where to build a next generation mid-sized vehicle. The choice is being made between Saab in the western town of Trollhattan and an Opel plant in ...

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