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The Saab story continues. Automotive News and Bloomberg report that all isn't well with the Swedish automaker's Chinese suitors. Saab still hasn't received the $93 million it needs to continue to operate while it undergoes restructuring. The cash was originally supposed to come from Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile in as little as two weeks after a deal was inked, but the process is apparently taking longer than anyone originally envisioned. At this point, Saab doesn't know when the funds will

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Saab has drummed up another Chinese partner. The Swedish automaker has signed a memorandum of understanding with Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile Company for a €245 million ($352M USD) equity sharing distribution and manufacturing deal. The new partner will take on a 29.9 percent stake in Spyker for a total of €136 million at €4.19 per share (about $6), and will have the option to nominate two individuals to the Spyker board. In addition, Youngman will own a 45 percent stake in