Zamier Ahmed, already missing from some readers, answers back. The rumor mill is cooking in Sweden, and Turkish investors are also contributing to it today. The sighting of the Saab fortune is almost complete for Brightwell and one is now close to submitting an offer.
Brightwell still dreams of the dream of GM licenses, they want to continue producing the Saab 9-5 and the Saab 9-4x. The negotiations with the Americans are going well and of course are strictly confidential. Nevertheless, Zamier Ahmed is still confident of winning the bid in Detroit. What a sensation would be and the Brightwell spokesman is currently leaning far out the window. The fact that GM does not grant licenses to Chinese is one thing for him, another is the licensing of Turkish friends. Well.
In any case, there is a clear statement for Saab, for the complete takeover and for the early start of production in Trollhättan. Between the lines there was an indication that Brightwell is calculating more jobs in Trollhättan than Youngman does. The Chinese had spoken of only 1000 jobs in the starting phase. The support of the Swedish government can be seen, also with regard to the jobs saved.
For Brightwell Youngman is not a threat, so the view of Zamier Ahmed. Which of the two prospects would be the better solution for Saab, that is the question. I prefer a third party.
Well, let's wait and see what happens. In Sweden meanwhile circulate the wildest speculation. Youngman is said to have commanded only for a part of Saab, so the one story. The other one says the smashing of Saab would be a done deal.
None of these rumors is currently confirmed, it's just guesses. Much of what we hear is deliberately scattered information and disinformation. I write this because some other sources of information do not see the news as differentiated. We should stay cool, not believe the conspiracy theorists. The direct line to Sweden still stands. If there are sound updates on the situation, we are very close.