* Swedish PM says Saab vulnerable after Opel deal * Says new owner would face a big undertaking STOCKHOLM, May 30 (Reuters) - Swedish carmaker Saab is in a difficult position after being left out of the deal by General Motors to sell its German unit Opel, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt was quoted as saying on Saturday. "I believe that anyone who has followed this closely realises that this is a very vulnerable and difficult position that Saab is in," the local TT news agency quoted ...
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