Saab Crisis: shock therapy in Stockholm

Shock therapy is the word of the week. So yesterday my friend from Stockholm called the events at the beginning of the week in Stockholm. For Youngman's delegation, he says, it was a shock to suddenly face the sheer bankruptcy risk.

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Saab Crisis: How Victor wants to save Muller Saab

How blogging works. Good luck in Sweden, mostly from Stockholm or from the direct Saab environment, come by phone or mail information to Germany. I check this information with the three important Swedish daily newspapers, mostly the information overlaps

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Saab crisis: No - we are not giving up! V 2.0

Once again, it's about fighting for Saab. With the request for demolition of the reconstruction, the fronts also clarify. The administrator Guy Lofalk resigns and is no longer involved in the further development. Which is good, because

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Saab crisis: No - we are not giving up!

Back in the office. From Saab is now the press release on the announced demolition of the reconstruction before. But it is still too early to give up hope. I'm not talking about a third party that could buy Saab out of bankruptcy. I

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Saab News: The no solution day ... and the Saab factor

Saab problems and no solution in sight. Yesterday, Saab, in addition to the terrible events in Norway, was the dominant theme of the media. Today it is striking that nobody has a solution. Maybe neither wants. Because the problem with Saab is in

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Saab News: Negotiations with banks are under way

Our Swedish thriller continues. Something is happening for Saab not only in China. The signs are becoming clearer. Saab, or “Swedish Automobile” is negotiating with European banks to replace the EIB loan.

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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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Saab News Luxembourg: The EIB and Eva Srejber

Eva Srejber, responsible for Saab, left the EIB in Luxembourg. As one of eight deputy directors, she has been in the bank since 2007. And no, the departure was not surprising and not because of Saab, the contract with the bank

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Saab crisis: The Saab question of fate

The situation in Sweden is dramatic. Real estate sales cannot change that. Because - as is so often the case in acute crisis situations - it is "to little, to late".

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Saab crisis: deceptive calm in Trollhättan

Sometimes it's good not to hear anything. It's the bad news and the rumors that spread quickly. Even the Latins knew “fama volat”. Even if it's the day after Midsommar, in our case it is

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Saab in the morning: Antonov does not like anymore

He lost the desire to wait. Vladimir Antonov tried to join Saab as owner or investor in the properties for sale. Both failed at the EIB and Antonov is tired of it.

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Saab News: EIB blames Saab for delay

In response to a request from the Swedish news agency TT, the EIB in Luxembourg has no direct explanation for the delay in processing Saab applications. The application for the sale of real estate has been with the EIB for weeks, the application for a further € 30 million from

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Saab News: Nothing new from the EIB on Sunday

Swedish news agencies do not report anything new about the process at the EIB. Eva Srejber, Vice-President of the EIB said this afternoon when asked that the decision-making in the Saab case was still ongoing. Study the business, financial and research plan carefully and become

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Saab News: EIB Eva Srejber - our review is ongoing

GM and the Reichsverwaltverwaltung welcome the engagement of Vladimir Antonov and welcome him as a new, potential Saab shareholder. EIB Vice President Eva Srejber has noted this, but is evaluating its own sources. The EIB's procedure is assessed

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Saab Crisis: IF Metal calls for clarity from Saab

The Chairman of the Swedish Metalworking Union, Stefan Löfven, demands clarification from Saab about the demands of the EIB. He believes that the existing uncertainty makes the situation even worse for the company and its employees.

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