SAAB weekend: SAAB hangar & press reviews from Sweden

January is not a good time for our car hobby. Too cold, too dark, and vehicles with seasonal license plates may not be moved anyway. With our “Saab Hangar” project, Achim and I are behind schedule. In contrast to a major public project in the Berlin-Brandenburg area, the delay in our fully privately financed project is limited to just two months.

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SAAB Press: The castles of the Chinese in Trollhättan

In Sweden, Saab is always a topic, and the brisk media work of NEVS is the target of some article. Last week, the business paper Dagens Industri made a particularly tough decision about what the Chinese buyers of the plant in Trollhättan are saying. An interesting article that brings the dreams of electric mobility back to reality.

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Press Review: No longer Swedish?

The reaction of the press to the purchase of Saab Automobile AB by NEVS was initially subdued or negative. It was NEVS 'own fault, because the press release was without any really new facts and many questions

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SAAB News: Good news & bizarre news

Good news for us Saab drivers, this admittedly from a Saab-critical source, comes from Sweden. Dagens Industri reports on Saab Parts AB. Even more, sometimes bizarre news, went about the cult brand from Trollhättan

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SAAB News: Business news from Sweden

Reader Julie desperately wants business news. Please Julie, for you today, the business division. 😉 Let's start with Victor Muller. This topic will take us straight to Saab and the investors. Muller is doing his homework. His shares

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Saab GM licenses: Swedish press review

The information available on the topic is poor, which does not bother me, since my next few days are full of professional appointments. Time to take a look at the Swedish press. When it comes to licenses, the local TTELA has always been good

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The Saab Blues

How realistic is it to hope for future car production in Trollhättan? Swedish friends who have been following the blog since February no longer expect a production in Saab City. The shock of bankruptcy

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Saab bankruptcy: Turkish prospective on the way

In Trollhättan the group of Turkish Saab prospective customers is expected. A meeting with insolvency administrator Ann-Marie Pouteaux and bankrupt Saab CEO Victor Muller is planned. This is what Dagens Industri writes today.

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Saab Crisis: Slight Hope from Stockholm

Yesterday was the Lucia Festival in Sweden, which is very important to the Swedes. The Swedish community in Frankfurt had a reception in the Römer and representatives from Saab Dautschland were of course there. Maybe the old belief brought

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Saab News: The third Saab investor

Yesterday we wrote about the new Saab ownership structure. Besides the well-known investors Pang Da and Youngman there will be a third partner. This is to acquire 20% of the shares in the Saab Automobile AB.

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Saab Location Sweden: Saab engineers are loyal

The situation is critical for our small car brand. Although a concrete solution to the problems is becoming apparent, it will remain difficult for some time. Dagens Industri is one of the newspapers in Sweden where Saab has one

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Saab News: Confusion about Antonov and more ...

Sweden is the place where tragedy and comedy touch and kiss tenderly today. The comedy, and with it the confusion of everyone involved, about Vladimir Antonov continues. The Russian banker, meanwhile, of parts

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Saab News Sweden: In the north (almost) nothing new

Yesterday, Vladimir Antonov's hopes of joining Saab were drastically reduced. According to the Lithuanian Central Bank, his SNORAS bank has lent too light loans and violated laws.

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Dagens Industri: Saab bashing in Sweden - again

Update: 16:30 p.m. Sometimes you can't hear it anymore. Dagens Industri from Gothenburg this morning, once again, reported badly about Saab. Is it the summer slump or what's going on in Gothenburg? Probably is

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Saab News Trollhättan: Saab Engineers to Volvo?

Anyone who writes for a Saab blog has Saab glasses on. Inevitably. Nevertheless, one must not forget to look at the sometimes harsh reality, even if it is not pleasing. Dagens Industri from Gothenburg is still

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