Trollhättan could be on the verge of a long-lasting recovery if the signs prove true. More and more companies are moving to Stallbacka, and there are also said to be a number of interested parties from Germany. The reasons for the city's appeal on Göta Älv are obvious.
The former Saab factory offers a perfect infrastructure, energy prices in Sweden are comparatively low, and security of supply is considered high. Politics is open to business. It relies on the construction of new nuclear power plants; the German approach to renewable energies is viewed as highly risky in Stockholm.
The settlement of Hellma Materials on the factory premises does not remain a singular event (Link), as it appears. The Swedes are happy, after all Germany is at least defending a top spot. With company departures and capital outflows - and they won't give them back any time soon. Welcome to the weekly review from a Saab perspective.
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