Saab contractors reporting to credit enforcement agencies for non receipt of payments but continue working for Saab


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Monday, 02 May 2011
The past three weeks, credit enforcement agency in Sweden has received payment request for Saab Automobile from seven companies which are mostly subcontractors delivering to Saab.
Radio Sweden reports that all together, Saab is required to pay over Skr2.5 million, but the debts seem to be much larger than that and is growing due to additional new bills and the interest due on the old ones that are still pending.


Most of the companies which have sought the payment from the credit collection agency but however continue to work for Saab but it is not clear as to how long. One of them has broken cooperation – meaning that, that one is likely to defect.

Not long ago, Saab was in debt with credit enforcement agency for owing the government wage guarantees during the time of reorganization 2009.  Saab and the Swedish government are still in dispute over some debt of over Skr120 million.
By Team

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