* Talks continue with suppliers on payment * Output halted most of April-June amid financing problems (Releads, adds Saab comment) By Helena Soderpalm STOCKHOLM, June 20 (Reuters) - Troubled Swedish carmaker Saab, owned by Netherlands-based Swedish Automobile , said on Monday output at its factory in southern Sweden would stay still for another two weeks. The Trollhattan factory stood still for most of April and May because it could not pay its suppliers. It started making cars ...
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