Deja-Vu: Saab's chances of survival depend on... General Motors?
The European Investment Bank told the Times that it has provided an answer on the matter, so it now all hinges on General Motors. For its part, GM is keeping mum about whether or not it will sign off on the deal, with spokesman Klaus-Peter Martin offering up a "no comment." That statement has been directly echoed to Autoblog by GM spokesman Jim Cain, so it looks like we're all playing the same waiting game to see if Saab makes it.
[Source: The New York Times | Image: Chris Paukert/AOL]
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