Swedish Automobile site goes live

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    Swedish Automobile site goes live

    Did anyone notice that they finally have the Swedish Automobile website up?

    Here it is for anyone who didn't see it already: http://www.swedish-automobile.nl

    I'm glad they finally have it up and running, but one thing I don't get is, if you click on the Entities tab, it shows both Saab and Spyker. What confuses me about this is that I read months ago that Russian billionaire Vladimir Antonov bought Spyker from Victor Muller so he could concentrate on running Saab.

    Now they are both owned by the same parent company --- so what happend? Did Antonov decide to pull out? Or did Anatov decide to take a stake in the combined company rather than just hold onto Spyker Cars?

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    Things are pending government approval, and Victor will continue to manage the firm even with Antonov's ownership and investment.
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