According to Anette Hellgren, the white collar union rep in Trollhättan, a formal demand for payment will in that case be filed early next week. From then on, the company has seven days to pay. If it still does not, the Union will start the procedure to file for bankruptcy, TT reports.
Last month, the white collar workers at the Swedish car brand received their salaries nine days late.
Last week, the state debt collector started seizing assets from Saab, in an attempt to recover money owed to suppliers. The company is still waiting for regulatory approval for two chinese companies to get a majority stake in the company, to solve its liquidity problems.