Report: Sweden asks collector to pursue $15.9M Saab bill
So where does this alleged debt originate? According to the report, the Swedish government paid Saab's worker's wages while the company was transitioning between General Motors and Spyker ownership. In the past, both Saab and Spyker have said that the carmaker should only be held responsible for a portion of the debt. From the looks of things, the Swedish government begs to differ.
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