UPDATE 1-Saab agrees 28 mln euro property deal


* Sale, leaseback deal valued at 28 mln euros * Swedish investors to buy 50.1 pct stake in Saab property (Adds details) AMSTERDAM, June 28 (Reuters) - Swedish Automobile , the parent of ailing carmaker Saab, on Tuesday announced a property sale and leaseback deal worth 28 million euros, providing further funds to settle bills and salaries. Saab has been scrambling for cash after saying last week it did not have enough money to pay staff, compounding a crisis at the Swedish carmaker ...

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