Court-appointed receivers handling Swedish carmaker Saab's bankruptcy estate said Friday they were hopeful that "some activity" could continue at the carmaker's main plant in western Sweden, according to dpa.
The two receivers, who were named last week, said they have met a
number of Swedish and foreign parties that were interested in buying
"all or parts of" Saab's business.
"The contacts so far have been positive and offer good hope that
there are options or even combinations of solutions that could result
in some continued activity," the statement read, without offering
It was not possible to state when this could be finalized, the
Chinese group Youngman has long expressed interest in Saab and had
negotiated with the carmaker's Dutch owner, Swedish Automobile, until
the December 19 bankruptcy filing.