According to USA Today, the Swedish company Saab Automobile filed for bankruptcy Monday morning after many attempts at salvaging business deals to remain operational. The company had hoped to rely on investors from Russia and China but ultimately those business deals fell through. Negotiations between China and GM, owner of some of Saab’s technology licenses, were unable to satisfy everyone as GM was concerned about and Saab was forced to file for bankruptcy. The company remains hopeful that the company can be sold in its entirety but many experts are predicting the company will be sold in parts. GM, also under bankruptcy protection, has plans to wind down the Swedish company altogether.
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