* China's Youngman bids for bankrupt carmaker Saab * Receivers see more money if Saab sold in parts-source * Youngman wants to produce Saab 9-3, Lotus in Sweden By Anna Ringstrom STOCKHOLM, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Chinese carmaker Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile has made a 3 billion crowns ($446 million) offer for bankrupt Swedish group Saab which has drawn a cool response from receivers, a source with knowledge of the situation said on Friday. The receivers want bids for parts of Saab rather ...
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