Inside Saab Q&A – The Answers (part 1)

Earlier this week, we invited readers and Facebook fans to submit questions to Saab for responses. We now have responses for most of those questions, provided below. NOTES: A big proportion of Saab’s future is contingent upon an approval process currently underway in China. Our Chinese partners, Pang Da and Youngman, are seeking approval for their proposed investments into Saab Automobile. The process is going very well and we remain very confident of a positive outcome, however the decision is not final until it is made by the NDRC and other agencies involved. This Q&A has been prepared with a […]

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Inside Saab Q&A – the questions

My thanks to everyone for sending in your questions for our Q&A offering. It’s been great to see what’s weighing on people’s minds right now and we want to do what we feasibly can to provide answers for you. I’ve gone through the questions submitted through various channels – here at IS, on Facebook and through one of our enthusiast websites, Saab Actu – and have summarised the questions into the list below. Please understand that in order to get responses in a timely manner, I can’t comment on opinions expressed, nor on questions that were very specific (e.g. questions […]

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Q&A – Saab Automobile and reorganisation

UPDATE: Thanks to all for your questions so far. Please continue to pass the word around so that friends and other Saab contacts can have the opportunity to pose a question. We are chasing and preparing answers for you right now. —— We’d like to open the floor and invite your questions about what’s happening at Saab right now. You can post your questions in comments here at Inside Saab, or on the Saab Facebook fan page. I’ll do my best to chase up answers and post them here on Inside Saab on Friday. Be advised that there are some […]

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