Rear view mirror: Lotus Youngman and the missed opportunities

For Rachel Pang, dreams have burst. The illusion of a global premium brand under Chinese care is a thing of the past. It wasn't a surprise! Youngman's call was in Sweden as early as December

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SAAB Interview with Rachel Pang: Saab a love relationship ...

The Chinese charm offensive continues. You have to admit one thing to the investors from China: the PR machine is top notch and is running at full speed on every level. Today Rachel Pang, the 29 year old daughter of the company founder

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Mahindra and Youngman in Sweden and another Saab

The mystery of the unknown delegation seems to have been solved. A Swedish friend said it was the Mahindra & Mahindra delegation who had been in Sweden since last week. Mahindra is one of the secret favorites in the bidding race,

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Saab investors: Five prospects for Saab automobiles?

It promises to be an interesting week. Depending on the sources, there are four or five serious buyers who are in contact with the bankruptcy trustees. Saab would like to take over these as a complete package. So far we only know

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Saab Investor Brightwell shows nerves ...

Yes, Sunday is actually not a day for economic wisdom from Sweden, but Turkish investors are currently showing their nerves and this is worth a short article. The terminated Saab employees are moving to Gothenburg, to be more precise

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Brightwell also wants to make an offer for Saab

After the Youngman offer was announced, which is quite high, I thought Brightwell would pull out. Thought wrong. Zamier Ahmed, of Brightwell Holding, told Bloomberg in a telephone interview today that plans are being made soon

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The (possible) Youngman offer

In the press and through friends from Sweden, the first details about the offer from Saab Youngman come. Dagens Industri published a version of it today, although not always 100% good in the past

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Youngman Automobile wants to make offer for Saab

Yes, another Reuters report at the end of the day. Youngman is likely to bid on Saab in the next week. This is reported by Reuters in relation to unnamed sources. The bid is said to be worth several billion Swedish kronor

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Should the Saab bankruptcy trustees be replaced?

The four Swedish trade unions want to have the bankruptcy trustees Ann-Marie Pouteaux and Hans Bergqvist replaced at the court in Vänersborg tomorrow. This is what friends from Stockholm report, who have always provided reliable information so far. Supported

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Saab News: Youngman stays tuned!

Actually, Sunday is not the day for economic news from Sweden. But since many Saab fans fear for our brand, there are updates whenever they occur. Rachel Pang got up on the press too

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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 Bankruptcy: The Youngman Plan

The most important factor is time. Youngman understood and is getting into position. While other potential buyers are still exploring the situation, the Chinese are starting the long march into the European automotive industry. Today will be Rachel Pang

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Saab bankruptcy: Rachel Pang in Sweden

At 12:00 p.m. Rachel Pang landed in Landvetter with two other Youngman managers. At the moment you are in the Saab 9-5 on the way to Trollhättan. There is a meeting with them on Wednesday or Thursday

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Saab bankruptcy: Magna gets in position

Update: 10:49 The auto supplier Magna has a serious interest in Saab, according to the Financial Times. Magna operates contract manufacturing in Austria and has already built the Saab 9-3 Cabriolet for a short period in the past.

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Saab Crisis: Mission Impossible Swedish Edition

Tomorrow the time has come, the countdown is on and once again Saab has a crucial fateful day. The wind blows the actors tremendously in the face and some problems at Saab are homemade, others come off as always

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