* H1 loss 139.1 mln euros * Narrows Saab sales target * Says will have enough liquidity at year-end (Adds details, outlook) AMSTERDAM, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Spyker , the Dutch niche luury sports car maker that acquired Saab from GM [GM.UL] this year, posted a large loss on Friday and said Saab's 2010 sales will be at the lower end of expectations. But the company said it would not be forced to recapitalise despite reporting negative shareholders' equity, and it said it would have ...
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