SAAB News: Maud Olofsson on GM and Antonov

Yesterday, former Minister of Economic Affairs Maud Olofsson was questioned before the Investigative Committee of the Swedish Reich on the Saab affair surrounding Vladimir Antonov. Members of the opposition, Peter Jonsson and Jörgen Hellman, wanted to know if the government would ban the former banker as Saab

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SAAB Day: Swedish notes and donations to the museum

We are looking forward to Sweden, but almost nothing is happening. The real estate sale is churning and the administrators seem determined to get the Saab factory back. The buildings in the stallbacka were

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Saab News: Government expects new EIB decision

In principle, we are living in Sweden a tangible scandal in terms of Saab. The EIB has decided that 2009 will not allow Antonov to be the owner, and Saab has worked hard for several months to get Antonov into the company as a real estate buyer or shareholder.

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Swedish Saab Crime: The door closes..or not?

Today, early this morning, Vladimir Antonov's spokesman gave an interview in which he stressed that he had “very reliable information” that the EIB and the Swedish administration had decided against Antonov as Saab shareholder. The message raced through the Swedish

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Saab News Stockholm: Maud Olofsson writes Vladimir Antonov

Maud Olofsson, Swedish Minister of Economic Affairs recently received a letter from Vladimir Antonov concerning Saab. Today, the minister answered, presenting her view of things. The letter, today after a very long day on the way in Saab affairs,

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Saab future: Maud Olofsson on the future of Saab

Today, Maud Olofsson was on the Swedish holiday island Gotland. Every year, before the country falls into a deep summer hole, there is the Almedals Week in Visby. In principle, it's a huge, Swedish, political show, the Olof Palme over 40 years ago

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Saab crisis: Maud Olofsson, or when politicians talk

Politicians seem to be the same no matter where in the world. In Sweden, Maud Olofsson is one of the typical representatives of her kind and our “favorite politician”. She speaks a lot and says - nothing. In principle, you don't have to read any further and

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Saab week: Saab 9-5, production, policy, Saab dealer

Saab is doing something. And there is a lot going on with model maintenance and constant optimization. No matter what acute difficulties are currently taking place, Saab refines and constantly improves the product range. To give up ? No way. That's Saab Spirit. Saab 9-5 with less emissions, chassis

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Saab News Stockholm: Pang Da meeting with Maud Olofsson

The meeting of Pang Da President Pang Quinghua with the Swedish Minister of Economic Affairs is over. Saab CEO Victor Muller was very satisfied with the way things went and Maud Olofsson, otherwise rather reluctant, seemed impressed with the visit. “Pang Da talked about it

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Saab News Stockholm: Maud Olofsson says yes to the meeting with Antonov

Swedish Industry Minister Maud Olofsson is ready to meet investor Vladimir Antonov. The investment banker, who would like to invest in Saab, had asked in a letter for the meeting. Antonov, who wants to buy both the Saab real estate, as well as 29,9

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Saab News Stockholm: Minister Maud Olofsson speaks

Maud Olofsson is the Swedish Minister of Economic Affairs. In Sweden, she is not considered decisive. To the media, Ms. Olofsson emphasized that in the case of the car maker Saab, they did what was possible. That is partially correct, because the Swedish government

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Saab liquidity crisis: green light for Saab!

The Swedish government has given the green light for further Saab funding. Industry Minister Maud Olofsson announced at a press conference in Rosenbad the decision of the government. For Saab, this means that the EIB's credit line of 400 million euros

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Saab press review: What does the Swedish press say about Saab?

After yesterday's press conference, the decision of the Saab future lies with the Swedish government. The recommendations of the Swedish Reichsverwaltungsverwaltung are positive for Saab, but the government has no obligation to follow them. A problem for Saab is the time factor.

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