* Owner Spyker says working on solutions to bolster finances * Russian investor says wants stake * Saab suppliers said angry at not getting paid * Spyker shares slide (Adds latest stoppage, plans to restart) By Patrick Lannin and Sara Webb STOCKHOLM/AMSTERDAM, March 30 (Reuters) - The owner of struggling Swedish car maker Saab sought to reassure investors about its finances on Wednesday after a dispute over non-payment to suppliers interrupted production for two days running. ...
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