No future for Trollhättan?

Turning point in Trollhättan. For the first time since the arrival of NEVS at the old Saab factory, TTELA has expressed its negative opinion about the future of the site. For years, local journalists were on their way with optimism. And still at the turn of the year

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Rearview mirror. Protocol of a marriage.

The automotive world is looking forward to Sweden. Not to Trollhättan to Saab, but to Gothenburg to the other Swedish brand. Since the takeover by Chinese investors, Volvo has been in the spotlight, because what happens there could also be a template for other companies. A study by the Norddeutsche Landesbank sees at least one other carmaker in Chinese hands by the end of 2015.

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Geneva Motor Show. Blogger on the go

Geneva is a fine event in a fine country. The classy old lady invited to the car show and we came too. Although there is no Saab participation ... but Geneva is the place where the little ones have their chance to get noticed; and a subtle counter event to the IAA in Frankfurt that is big and loud.

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SAAB movie: Spelet bakom Saabs bankruptcy

SAAB movie: Spelet bakom Saabs bankruptcy. Yesterday, the documentation for the Saab bankruptcy on SVT1. The article is also interesting for those of us who have little or no Swedish.

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SAAB News: 1.000.000 dollars for Saab

SAAB News: 1.000.000 dollars for Saab. Sweden has a scandal more. The Saab story, actually a drama in many acts, could have gone better if politics had wanted it. That was not the case. On the contrary. While Muller fought for the rescue of Saab, the administrator Guy Lofalk tried with support from Stockholm to sell the car company to Geely.

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