Yesterday, the documentation for the Saab bankruptcy on SVT1. The film is also interesting for those of us who have little or no Swedish. Because in addition to several contributions from the Saab history are many parts, the contributions of Vladimir Antonov and Victor Muller for example, in English.
Currently the movie on SVT1 is also available for us. Let's see when the international access is limited. There are also some pictures from the ghostly empty Saab factory. Frustrating.
What is there to say? The Aftonbladet gets to the point. Because of those responsible, no one has dared to go to the camera. Neither Guy Lofalk nor Anders Borg, the Minister of Finance. They are accused of double play and duplicity. And a cynical approach to thousands of people and their jobs.
Interesting is a message that, coincidence or not, went almost simultaneously through the press. It's about Li Shufu, the man who bought Volvo and who would take Saab for the ridiculous price of 1 million dollars if it had gone to Lofalk. The Volvo mother Geely has been trying for months for a financing for the car manufacturer from Gothenburg. For this purpose, the equity capital should be increased significantly. Seemingly still without success.
Li Shufu, according to the press today, is heavily indebted to the banks. With 0% financing like the ones the cadres in China get. That is comfortable, but its dependence on banks should be complete. So Dagens Industri. Now Zhejiang Province and Geely's hometown Hangzhou could join as potential partners. What would the Saab future have looked like with this owner?