December 2, 2013 could have been the day of a new beginning. At the Saab factory the signs were set to start, and it started with the Saab 9-3 Aero Sedan. The idea of putting the 9-3 pallet back into production sounded bold to outsiders.
But there was a simple, obvious plan that could have worked. The fact that he didn't do it and that the end result was a fiasco is due to the unsuccessful selection of partners in China. But at the beginning of December 2013 there was still no sign of this.
A risky poker game began in the Stallbacka. It was all or nothing. We start the day before.
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