AMSTERDAM, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Dutch car manufacturer Spyker and Chinese partner Zhejiang Youngman Passenger Car Group plan to launch a new upmarket model that would be a cross between a Spyker sports car and the now-defunct Saab. The deal announced by the companies on Monday highlights China's interest in acquiring Western brands and technology, taking advantage of the Saab and Spyker names and know-how. The new car, to be pitched at China's ...
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