* Move to coincide with Pangda CEO visit * Plant has been idle for six weeks due to cash crunch (Adds Saab comment, background) STOCKHOLM, May 26 (Reuters) - Struggling carmaker Saab Automobile said it was gearing up to restart its production line in Sweden on Friday, after being idle for six weeks due to cashflow problems. Saab owner Spyker has been struggling to turn round the Swedish carmaker since its acquisition from General Motors last year. It ran out of cash to pay suppliers ...
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