* Says Saab deal with Lotus, Pangda does not change plan * Says to buying existing shares or new shares (Adds detail, background) VILNIUS, June 22 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov said on Wednesday he still wants to take a 30 percent stake in troubled Swedish carmaker Saab, owned by Netherlands-based Swedish Automobile . Antonov wants to invest 30 million euros in the cash-strapped carmaker. His plans is awaiting approval by the European Investment Bank. "All we ask ...
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