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Great Wall Motors denies Saab talks

According to The Detroit News, Chinese automaker Great Wall has made it clear that the company has not been in talks with Saab over a potential partnership. After word trickled down that a $233-million deal between the Swedish automaker's parent company, Zach Bowman

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Saab on the money hunt, still in discussions with Great Wall Motor?

Earlier this morning came word that Saab's deal with Chinese automaker Hawtai had fallen apart. While in discussions with Hawtai, parent company Spyker was evidently also talking with another automaker located in China – Great Wall Motors. According to Reuters, those talks have apparent

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Saab deal with Chinese partner collapses

This is very bad. Remember the deal between Hawtai Motors and Saab? Collapsed. According to The Detroit News, the deal, which involved a 29.9 percent stake in Saab in exchange for $172 million, fell apart early Thursday morning. The problem was reportedly that Hawtai wasn't able to obtain all the stakeholder consent needed, forcing the Chinese automaker t

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Muller says Saab could sell $10,000 Chinese autos in States

Saab has been in the news quite a bit lately, and mostly for the wrong reasons. But now that the Swedish automaker appears to have secured loans and buy-in from Hawtai Motors in China, Victor Muller and company are looking to go on the offensive.

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Saab to celebrate Chinese and Russian partnerships with global tour

So far in 2011, Saab has been riding a ragged roller-coaster filled with major ups and downs. Just recently, however, things have been trending more positively. Saab inked

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Saab sells 30-percent stake to Hawtai

Swedish automaker Saab has officially confirmed that the company has sold up to a 29.9 percent equity share to Chinese automaker Hawtai Motor Group Company Limited. The €150 million deal includes a €120 million subscription deal for 24.6 million shares of Saab, as well as a €30 million convertible loan. The deal still needs approval from various Chinese and European agencies, includi

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Saab saddles up with Chinese automaker Hawtei

Volvo no longer stands alone as the only Swedish automaker with a Chinese partnership. According to Autoblog.nl, Saab and The People's Republic's Hawtai are reportedly set to announce that the two companies have joined forces. Hawtai, formerly Hautai, is likely best known on this side of the globe for strutting a logo that could have been the bastard child of the Zach Bowman