Exclusively, the Swedish TTELA reports tonight that the sale of the Saab factory real estate is almost certain. There are only a few, few legal formalities so that the sale could be sealed at the beginning of next week.
The TTELA has always been a reliable source that has very good Saab contacts. The sale would cover the labor costs but would not solve any further problems. On the contrary.
Saab would have no more real estate, no wind tunnel, no research and development center, no test track, no production and no paint shop. The existence of the company would be more at risk in the medium and long term than at the present time, since almost all of the substance would be sold. With the 300 million Swedish crowns, no production start and no full payment of liabilities is possible.
For potential investors, Saab would lose considerable appeal. Whether the EIB releases the security has not yet been confirmed.