* Pangda starts procedural talks with Chinese authorities * Pangda says has good understanding of process (Adds details) AMSTERDAM, May 23 (Reuters) - China's largest listed car distributor Pangda Automobile Trade Co Ltd has started initial procedural talks to gain Chinese regulatory approval to invest in Swedish car maker Saab. Saab owner Spyker Cars entered into a partnership deal worth up to 110 million euros ($154.7 million) with Pangda last week to stave off the collapse of the ...
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