It's a quick update, because not much has changed for the public in Sweden so far. The cacophony of the last few days has subsided and the situation has calmed down somewhat. The parties involved are putting their “Plan B” back in the drawer, at least for now. Participating lawyers relativize their public statements.
In short, one is back at the negotiating table. And apparently, according to a Stockholm vote, politics is also moving. Which could be a good sign, after all.
The facts are thin and we shouldn't expect too much and soon. But the parties understood that compromises have to be made. The word NEVS is heard less than before - which is good. The game is not over yet and it is still moving towards full sales. Saab's internal developments in recent weeks have never left it in doubt.
Helpful in this situation would be a press conference of the administrators. A small reference to the schedule would be enough to calm our nerves.