* Deal ends months of uncertainty for Sweden's Saab * Spyker yet to make money but buys firm 30 times its size * Will pay $74 mln in cash, rest in deferred shares * GM had been wary of selling Saab's technology By Johan Ahlander and Kevin Krolicki STOCKHOLM/DETROIT, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Tiny Dutch sportscar maker Spyker clinched a last-minute deal on Tuesday to buy Sweden's Saab, in an audacious attempt to turn around a money-losing brand that only days ago was headed for oblivion. ...
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