UPDATE 1-Swedish govt says GM still hopes for Saab sale


* GM appears to have not given up on Saab sale-official * Minister says Saab sale getting more difficult day by day (Adds detail, quotes, background) STOCKHOLM, Nov 25 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] appears to still hope to sell its Swedish Saab Automobile unit despite a deal collapsing, a Swedish government official said on Wednesday. "I talked to GM last night and my impression is that they have not given up hope," Joran Hagglund, state secretary at Sweden's Industry Ministry, ...

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