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SPYKER-SAAB/
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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) 
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