But don't expect any Haalden Monaro Viggen any time soon, since it's really only the business sides of the companies being fused. The goal is to save some bread by melding back office systems of finance, information and fleet management. Holden will get a new HQ in Port Melbourne, and the merger will attempt to grow the Saab brand on the island continent. Day-to-day happenings will remain distinct as GM's goal is to avoid creating a single ripple within customer sales, service and warranty operations for either company.
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