Muller in court says: "Cut Lofalk's pay"
Former Saab CEO Victor Muller told the District Court in southern Sweden's Vänersborg that he thinks it appropriate to slash compensation to Guy Lofalk, the man charged to rebuild the Sweden-based carmaker in a list bid to save it last year.
He says Lofalk made it more difficult to salvage Saab.
Lofalk has instead said in a document handed to the court that Muller did not follow the correct procedures regarding information and court orders during the failed attempt to reconstruct the company.
The final report into Saab's finances was presented to the court today. It shows it is US$1.9 million in debt and has remaining assets worth US$530 million, reports Swedish Radio.
Saab owes US$2.9 million in total to more than 70 subcontractors.