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Chances are, according to the administrators in charge of Saab's liquidation, the sale of Saab assets – which includes Saab Automobile, Saab Automobile Powertrain and Saab Automobile Tools, among others – won't cover the automaker's debt of somewhere between $1.8 and $2 billion (12-13 billion kronor).
Rumor has it that there are a few more potential suitors waiting in the wings, such as India's Mahindra, but none have come out expressing public interest in the bankrupt Swedish brand. Seems everyone is waiting until the last minute, eBay style.
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