(Adds detail, background) AMSTERDAM, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Swedish Automobile's sale of its Spyker luxury car business to U.S.-based private equity firm North Street Capital is not a done deal, a representative of the Dutch shareholders' association, VEB, told Reuters on Friday. Swedish Automobile, the Amsterdam-listed company that owns Sweden's cash-strapped car maker Saab, has struggled to sell assets and raise funds this year. A rescue by two Chinese firms, which agreed to acquire ...
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