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"Chinese have bought Saab"

Published fredag 28 oktober 2011 kl 09.45
Victor Muller, Saab's owner.Photo: Björn Larsson Rosvall/Scanpix.

The chief of the economically-troubled Dutch-owned Swedish car company Saab says the car company has been sold to the Chinese firms Youngman and Pang Da. Dutchman Victor Muller insists this means the company has been saved.

The details of Saab's sale

Swedish Radio News talked to a tired Victor Muller, owner of Saab, who admitted that he'd only got three hours of sleep last night. "The future of the company is now secure."

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