* Billionaire John de Mol says not involved in Saab talks * GM pressing ahead with Saab wind-down plans-source * Spyker shares down 1.4 percent in thin trading By Kevin Krolicki and Gilbert Kreijger DETROIT/AMSTERDAM, Dec 24 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] is pressing ahead with plans to shut down Saab as chances of a deal to sell the Swedish brand to Dutch sports car builder Spyker Cars remain remote, a person familiar with the planning said on Thursday. Spyker CEO Victor ...
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