Once again, it's about the fight for Saab. With the request for demolition of the reconstruction, the fronts are clarified. The administrator Guy Lofalk resigns and is no longer involved in the further development. Which is good, because so far it was not working with each other, but against each other.
Now it's up to Victor Muller to get Saab to safe haven. He has until December 16, when the Vänersborg court will decide. The parties will be heard and Saab will also comment. By then, Muller's “Plan C” could be ripe for signature. In Stockholm there are tough negotiations between Muller and Rachel Pang from Youngman.
Youngman has proven to be a good partner over the last few months and has fulfilled all obligations. The Chinese would undoubtedly immediately provide the money for wages. However, only the contracts have to be right.
While Lofalk establishes and defends his demolition in the Swedish press, other things are moving behind the scenes. Swedish friends talk about a model, which should work without the approval of GM, the government or the EIB. It is a little more radical than the solution I suggested earlier this morning, but it might work! Recent media reports do not quite accurately portray the development, just as an indication to anyone reading the Swedish press.
If it succeeds, then Muller has delivered us his masterpiece. Until then we have to wait, but the definitive deadline is the 16. December.
Until then, maybe everyone should look for a job that spares the nerves and makes sense. I was traveling with my tractor today and was surprised by several hailstorms. A pretty wet affair.
Incidentally, my tractor is also from a brand that was too good for this world. Built in Aschaffenburg near Güldner in 1956, it has returned to its old home a few years ago. Since I fetched it back from Lake Constance on the trailer, it has been mowing my meadows and is not too good for any work. In addition, it (actually a Sie with the name "Liesl") is extremely reliable, because its builders did not build in any parts, only the best.
If that was not good enough, then you designed and built it yourself, as it once was at Saab. Which brings us back to the topic.
More news will follow ...