* Saab and BMW to announce deal on Wednesday - NOS * Saab owner Spyker not immediately available to comment AMSTERDAM, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Car makers Saab and BMW will start cooperating to give the Swedish loss-making manufacturer access to BMW's technology and parts, Dutch public broadcaster NOS said on Monday. Saab, which was bought early this year by Dutch luxury car maker Spyker from U.S.-based General Motors [GM.UL], and BMW are scheduled to sign the deal on Wednesday, NOS said, ...
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