* Russian businessman wants his banks to finance Spyker -CEO * Antonov's banks could lend "significant" amount to Spyker * CEO sees some production stops; no impact on Saab targets * In talks with banks about replacing EIB loan facility (Adds CEO comments) STOCKHOLM/AMSTERDAM, March 31 (Reuters) - Sweden's Debt Office said on Thursday it would take weeks for it to consider an application by Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov to take a stake in loss-making carmaker Saab. Antonov ...
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