Oct 31 (Reuters) - Here is a timeline on events at Sweden's Saab since 2010. 2010: Jan. 26 - Niche Dutch sportscar maker Spyker buys Saab from GM for $400 million - $74 million in cash, the rest in deferred shares. March 26 - Spyker says Saab expects to increase output by about 18 percent in 2010. 2011: Jan. 5 - Spyker says Saab sold 31,696 cars in 2010 after cutting its full-year target to 30,000 from 35,000 units. March 29 - Saab halts production due to disputes over non-payment of ...
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