The week was actually too good for Saab. The dealer's tour was a great success, the creditors committee used, as had to come a negative message. Since the world, as we have learned in recent months, is small and round, it has made the Wall Street Journal message very quickly into the Swedish media.
Before our flag goes to half mast - there is no reason for that. GM is finding it difficult to give approval, because the Saab 9-5 on the Chinese market endangers its own products. In addition, other companies from China such as Pang Da and Lotus Youngman come to GM Wissen, which GM partner SAIC already has.
However, General Motors still sits on a huge mountain of non-voting Saab preference shares. I think that's the real reason. You want to get rid of this mountain. We remember Antonov, who bought the GM approval with the promise to take over the shares. Without having to ask my glass ball: No approval without taking over the preference shares, so it will be.
Now GM is playing poker and we should sit back and wait and see what happens. Because if you play poker too high, you can, it can be stupid, even lose. The same is true of our friends from Detroit.