In Sweden, a part of the younger Saab past is worked up. It is, among other things, the exciting question of what NEVS has paid for Saab. According to Sweden radio PV4 Väst it should have been completely almost 1.7 billion crowns.
The broadcaster has reviewed the transactions and concludes that 1.295 billion has been paid for the bankruptcy estate and 381 million kroner for the real estate share. A first deposit of 150 million kroner was made after the conclusion of negotiations and the rest on 31. Paid in August. The Saab Automobile AB was therefore sold for 780 million crowns, the Saab Tools AB for 450 million and the Saab Powertrain AB for 65 million.
Originally NEVS should have offered less for Saab, but in the course of the negotiations the bid increased. In addition to the purchase amount, 50 millions of crowns were paid to the administrators. This sum was needed to pay for the additional costs for electricity, heating and maintenance of the Saab plant resulting from the sluggish negotiations.
Thus, the purchase price is approximately in what was previously unconfirmed. In Janaur NEVS then sold an 22% stake in Saab for 2 billion crowns to the city of Quingdao. This is what good business looks like. PV4 Väst will soon publish more details on the sale of the Saab Automobil Group to investors from China. We stay tuned.