Spyker Shareholders Approve Saab Deal
An overwhelming majority of stockholders in the Dutch luxury sports car maker Spyker have approved the deal to buy Saab Automobile from General Motors.
They were meeting in an extra stockholder meeting Friday in Zeewolde in the Netherlands.
Spyker CEO Victor Muller tells the press that the deal will be concluded next week if everything goes as planned. He says the remaining parts concern the 400 million euro loan from the European Investment Bank
There are plans to introduce what will probably be called Saab Spyker Automobiles on the stock exchanges in both London and Stockholm, and to leave the bourse in Amsterdam.