The EIB in Luxembourg has been hesitant, let us say, with reluctance to release collateral and start new shareholders. The EIB now announces that it is ready to join Saab in finding a way to finance it.
In the medium term one could imagine giving the loan a flexible structure which could do justice to the big changes at Saab.
The EIB now wants to play an active role in helping to resolve the situation with the other three parties, the National Debt Administration, GM and Saab.
Well, that is a clerical official German, but the first positive signal of the Luxembourg bank for a long time. There seems to be something positive in the European bureaucracy for Saab. It would be time.
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