* Court to decide in days on Saab's future * Owner Swedish Automobile rejected full Chinese takeover * Late deal with North Street Capital not enough -administrator (Adds union comment, colour) By Johan Ahlander and Greg Roumeliotis TROLLHATTAN, Sweden/AMSTERDAM, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Saab moved closer to collapse on Friday after a planned rescue by Chinese investors was thrown into doubt and a court-appointed administrator moved to lift the Swedish carmaker's protection from bankruptcy ...
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