The union chairman of IF Metal, accompanied by union secretary Veli-Pekka Säikkälä, will visit Saab in Trollhättan tomorrow. In his pre-visit press release, he criticized the neoliberal administration in Stockholm, which "hides behind the bureaucracy".
Löfven said that GM had already accepted the investor Antonov in April, although there were still some unanswered questions. The government, GM and the EIB would have to work together to clarify these issues. The clock is ticking, thousands of jobs are in danger. All actors must act constructively, the government take on a coordinating role. Especially when it comes to a matter that is so important for Sweden.
Löfven can not imagine that the German or French government has hesitated so long in a matter of national interest. Maud Olofsson says the government talks to Saab on a daily basis, but that does not seem to work. As far as Mr. Löfven.
The IF Metal is currently preparing the application for bankruptcy and, ironically, wants to make the payment request Saab tomorrow.