* Talks between the companies ongoing * Chinese working on a "sweetened offer" -Swedish daily * Swedish Automobile shares down 3.7% after earlier 16% tumble (Adds talks being held, share price) By Veronica Ek and Aaron Gray-Block STOCKHOLM/AMSTERDAM, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The owner of troubled Swedish carmaker Saab is still talking to would-be Chinese buyers, hours after scrapping their planned cash lifeline and days after spurning their total buyout bid. Saab owner Swedish Automobile ...
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