He lost the desire to wait. Vladimir Antonov tried to join Saab as owner or investor in the properties for sale. Both failed at the EIB and Antonov is tired of it. He has no interest in investing, he told his spokesman Carlström. At least not under the current conditions and certainly not with the EIB on board. He finds it sad to be unable to do anything for Saab in the current situation, but it would not be up to him.
Antonov encountered granite at the Luxembourg bank and ultimately failed. But the Russian leaves the back door open. If the situation changes and Saab gets rid of the EIB, he would be happy to act as a shareholder. The EIB loan was probably the biggest mistake in Saab's history. Overprotected, overdone, and inflexible is this loan and so Saab is in the stranglehold of the Luxembourg bank. Any decision on the part of the business must ask the EIB, which bears a large part of the blame for the short-term stop in 10's production stop.
The production itself stands and stands and stands. No production, no money, no sales. Another attempt is in the stars and is also not likely. At least not if nothing fundamental changes in the situation.