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SAAB/
RTR33K0G
June 13, 2012
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish...
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SAAB//
RTR33K0F
June 13, 2012
The scratched logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born...
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab on a car in Prague
The scratched logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SAAB/
RTR33K07
June 13, 2012
The scratched logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born...
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague
The scratched logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SAAB/
RTR33K06
June 13, 2012
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on the radiator grill of a car in Prague June 13, 2012....
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on the radiator grill of a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SAAB/
RTR33K01
June 13, 2012
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on the bonnet of a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born...
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on the bonnet of a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SAAB/
RTR33JZZ
June 13, 2012
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish...
Prague, Czech Republic
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague
The logo of Swedish manufacturer Saab is seen on a car in Prague June 13, 2012. A Chinese-born Swedish investor with Japanese support has agreed to buy bankrupt automaker Saab Automobile and plans to bring it back to life as a maker of electric cars, with an initial focus on the Chinese market. Saab, which has been making cars since 1947, crashed into bankruptcy at the end of 2011, less than two years after former owner General Motors sold it to Dutch group Spyker. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXNM
May 03, 2011
Executives from Saab Automobile and Hawtai Motor Group sit together in front of members of the media...
Beijing, China
Executives from Saab Automobile and Hawtai Motor Group sit together in front of members of the media...
Executives from Saab Automobile and Hawtai Motor Group sit together in front of members of the media before the start of a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXNI
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller (C), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Ruijun (R), Vice-President...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang, Vice-President of the Hawtai...
Victor Muller (C), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Ruijun (R), Vice-President of the Hawtai Motor Group, and an interpreter answer questions during a media conference in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXN6
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony in Beijing...
Victor Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXMV
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor...
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor Group, shake hands after a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXMR
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony in Beijing...
Victor Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, speaks before a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXMM
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor...
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor Group, shake hands after a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SPYKER-SAAB/
RTR2LXML
May 03, 2011
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman...
Beijing, China
Muller, Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor...
Victor Muller (L), Spyker Chief Executive and Chairman of Saab Automobile, and Zhang Xiugen, Chairman of the Hawtai Motor Group, shake hands after a signing ceremony in Beijing May 3, 2011. Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that China's Hawtai Motor Group would invest 150 million euros in the Dutch firm's ailing Swedish brand Saab in return for shares, enabling Saab to pay bills and resume production. The deal is the second time that a Chinese company has helped to bail out a Swedish carmaker. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS-SUMMIT/SPYKER-SAAB
RTXURSL
November 18, 2010
Jan Ake Jonsson, President and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB, speaks at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles November...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Jan Ake Jonsson, President and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB, speaks at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles
Jan Ake Jonsson, President and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB, speaks at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles November 17, 2010. The future of Spyker's Saab rests on finding more manufacturing partners and bringing down the number of cars it must sell to break even, its executives said Tuesday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTO/SUMMIT
RTXUQ16
November 17, 2010
Victor Muller (L), CEO of Spyker Cars NV, and Jan Ake Jonsson, president and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Victor Muller and Jan Ake Jonsson attend the Reuters Auto Summit in Los Angeles
Victor Muller (L), CEO of Spyker Cars NV, and Jan Ake Jonsson, president and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB , attend the Reuters Auto Summit in Los Angeles November 16, 2010. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTO/SUMMIT
RTXUQ0O
November 17, 2010
Victor Muller (L), Chief Executive of Spyker Cars NV, and Jan Ake Jonsson, president and CEO of SAAB...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Victor Muller and Jan Ake Jonsson attend the Reuters Auto Summit in Los Angeles
Victor Muller (L), Chief Executive of Spyker Cars NV, and Jan Ake Jonsson, president and CEO of SAAB Automobile AB , attend the Reuters Auto Summit in Los Angeles November 16, 2010. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOSHOW/
RTR2B4ZL
March 02, 2010
The logo of Dutch car manufacturer Spyker is placed on the bonnet of a Spyker C8 Aileron Spyder car during...
Geneva, Switzerland
The logo of Dutch car manufacturer Spyker is placed on the bonnet of a Spyker C8 Aileron Spyder car during...
The logo of Dutch car manufacturer Spyker is placed on the bonnet of a Spyker C8 Aileron Spyder car during the first media day of the 80th Geneva Car Show at the Palexpo in Geneva March 2, 2010. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2A003
February 09, 2010
Journalists and Spyker's representatives attend a news conference in Coventry, central England, February...
Coventry, United Kingdom
Journalists and Spyker's representatives attend news conference in Coventry, central England
Journalists and Spyker's representatives attend a news conference in Coventry, central England, February 9, 2010. Dutch sportscar maker Spyker announced on Tuesday that it is switching the assembly of its new Aileron supercar from Zeewolde in Holland, to a new plant Coventry Prototype Panels (CPP) in Coventry. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT MEDIA BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR29ZZX
February 09, 2010
A Spyker Car is escorted to a news conference in Coventry, central England February 9, 2010. Dutch firm...
Coventry, United Kingdom
A Spyker Car is escorted to a news conference in Coventry, central England
A Spyker Car is escorted to a news conference in Coventry, central England February 9, 2010. Dutch firm Spyker Cars announced on Tuesday that it has switched the assembly of its new Aileron supercar from Zeewolde in Holland, to a new plant Coventry Prototype Panels (CPP) in Coventry. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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Saab Files For Bankruptcy - 19 Dec 2011
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RTR29ILZ
January 27, 2010
SAAB-SPYKER/ - Illustrated factbox on ailing auto maker Saab and tiny Dutch firm Spyker who have struck...
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SAAB-SPYKER/ - Illustrated factbox on ailing auto maker Saab and tiny Dutch firm Spyker who have struck a deal to take them over. RNGS. (SIN03)
RTR29ILY
January 27, 2010
SAAB-SPYKER/ - Illustrated factbox on ailing auto maker Saab and tiny Dutch firm Spyker who have struck...
SAAB-SPYKER/
SAAB-SPYKER/ - Illustrated factbox on ailing auto maker Saab and tiny Dutch firm Spyker who have struck a deal to take them over. RNGS. (SIN03)
SINGAPORE-SUPERCARS/
RTR22EMT
December 09, 2008
A visitor looks at the interior of a Spyker C8 Laviolette during a display of luxury cars in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A visitor looks at the interior of a Spyker C8 Laviolette during a display of luxury cars in Singapore...
A visitor looks at the interior of a Spyker C8 Laviolette during a display of luxury cars in Singapore December 7, 2008. For the truly wealthy, there's no such thing as a bad time to buy a supercar, even when the rest of the world is panicking about a global recession -- or so a Singaporean luxury car importer hopes. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
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