STOCKHOLM, Sept 22 (Reuters) - A local authority in western Sweden is enlisting the help of the government's debt collector to recover $15.9 million it spent supporting carmaker Saab, now owned by Dutch group Spyker . "That is correct," said Annika Braide, spokeswoman for the County Administrative Board of the Vastra Gotaland region. The government of Vastra Gotaland in western Sweden, home to Saab's main production plant, covered wages when Saab Automobile was under administration ...
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