Despite turmoil, 5000 people are waiting on their Saab cars as demand continue


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Wednesday, 04 May 2011
Since the agreement with the Chinese automaker Hawtai became clear on Tuesday, Saab expects to quickly get production going again.

5000 cars have been ordered, despite the recent turmoil, according to Swedish business dialy, Dagens Industri.
Part of the money from Hawtai is expected within ten days and the rest of the Skr1.3 billion is secured within six to twelve weeks.
When production will resume, the 220 cars a day will be expected to roll from the factory in Trollhattan near Gotheburg, Sweden.
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