GM rejects latest Saab proposal, Swedish Automobile to pursue alternatives
Why is GM's approval a necessity? Despite having sold Saab, The General still holds preferential shares in the company. So, with the plan off of the table, what will Saab do to continue operations? The company isn't saying, but Reuters reports that Chief Executive Victor Muller said, "There's always Plan B." It seems like there's always a Plan B when it comes to Saab (and a Plan C, Plan D, Plan E, ad nauseam), but the company's factory has been idle since April, its employees have not been paid yet for November, and the brand's dealers are withering away.
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