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Swedish State subsidies for biogas production

Wednesday, 28 December 2011

The new biogas plant in Marieholm in Gothenburg, Sweden has been made possible via a government grant of Skr2.2 million.

Every fourth Danish construction company threatened with Bankruptcy  

Wednesday, 28 December 2011
construction
Every fourth of Danish Construction Company is threatened to run aground something the government is called to take seriously.


Environmentally friendly Sweden's Green house emissions has been increasing sharply

Monday, 19 December 2011

Swedish emissions of greenhouse gases increased sharply in 2010, more than the year before by eleven percent.

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Swedish butter dealers make brisk business on the Norwegian border as the government's refusal to imports give dealers market position

Friday, 16 December 2011
Butter
Norway continues to refuse to import butter even though there is persistent increase in demand and shortages. This has created a boom business for Swedish butter producers or dealer on the border with Norway.
Real observable fall in Swedish housing market Wednesday, 14 December 2011
swedish-housing
Now there is real observable fall in the Prices of Swedish house and the housing market here has turned downhill.


Weak orders to Swedish industry

Friday, 09 December 2011
The Swedish industry's total new orders, seasonally adjusted in terms of volume, fell 1.8 percent in October, compared with the month before.

Cheap energy cost will attract heavy industries to Greenland

Tuesday, 06 December 2011
Greenland's natural wealth is attracting more industrialists determined to exploit them.

Service figures suggest falling GDP

Tuesday, 06 December 2011
The Swedish service production rose by 2.9 percent in October compared to the same month last year.

Continued tough times for Swedish restaurants sectors

Tuesday, 06 December 2011
Entertainment and Restaurant have had a heavy October, sales were eight percent lower than the same month last year, according to figures from SCB.

Norway's energy composition jumps as new method to extract abundant reserves developed.

Sunday, 04 December 2011

Norway may have enormous amounts of energy stored on the seabed in the form of coal and methane hydrates, which was previously considered impossible extraction.Now it can be exploited.

Swedish Car sales reversing to a stand still

Thursday, 01 December 2011
car registration
Swedish Car sales have slowed down signalling the feeling in the economy at the moment.
But it has been strong this year and 2011 looks to be a peak year for the industry with over 300,000 cars sold in the country.


Swedish PMI fell to 47.6 in November 2011

Thursday, 01 December 2011
Swedish Purchasers Managers Index, PMI fell to 47.6 in November from 49.8 in October.

Stock scammers rampant in Sweden as more are scammed in ghost stock investments

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Rare earth deposits found in Sweden and can provide hundreds of jobs and wealth

Monday, 28 November 2011



















Here are the new laws coming up in Sweden 2012
Saturday, 31 December 2011
new laws
As new year is approaching, when people will wake up on Sunday, they’ll get up to see some rules that will govern them as they go about their businesses in the great state of Sweden

Libraries in Sweden are also closing down as so far, one fifth of the country's libraries are now closed
Friday, 30 December 2011

Swedish people borrow fewer books in the last fifteen years, and as the digital development strengthens the way things are done, every five library has disappeared, according to latest statistics from the Swedish National Library audit.

Finnish far right leader, Soini softens his EU line as he campaigns for Finnish presidency
Friday, 30 December 2011
The leader of the Finnish far right party, the True Finns, who is also a presidential candidate in the Finnish presidential election, Timo Soini, (pictured here ) is ready to compromise in EU policies if he is elected president thereby retracting from a previous withdrawal hard stance.


Food retailer leads the drive for anti tobacco display in Swedish supermarkets

Friday, 30 December 2011smoking
As the Swedish government sees to be napping, CEO of Swedish food retail group, Axfood, Anders Strålman has joined four members of parliament and an anti-tobacco activist to called for legislation against tobacco exposure in foof shops in Sweden.

Record Supply of houses in the Swedish

real estate market

Thursday, 29 December 2011
The range of villas and condominiums that supplied in the booming Swedish market this year has been great especially since June.

Evidence that dull parents have obese children – Swedish research

Thursday, 29 December 2011

In a new provocative but, likely truthful observation, a study from university of Stockholm show that parents' lifestyles affect children's health significantly. The children of physically active parents had better health values and were less overweight.

Malmö a Swedish city on the brink solicits national criminal police’s support to deal with a growing out of control rowdy criminal environmentSwedish national-police-in-Malmö

Thursday, 29 December 2011
Swedish criminal central police,  Rikskriminalen  has been called in to help the police in Skåne, southern Sweden deal with out of control criminality characterise by deadly shootings, ambushed and bombings.

Income gap widens in Sweden as the poor get poorer and the rich get richer signalling the death of welfarism

Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Sweden has changed in 5 years and it can now be clearly exemplified in the rate at which income gap has widened within the country folk.



Swedish Tax authority reports success in the hunt for hidden assets broad as the year saw tax evaders scared out of themselves.tax-haven

Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Over 1500 Swedes in 2011 voluntarily moved their money from tax havens back to Sweden. The fear of being discovered and prosecuted appears to be increasing when Swedish tax authority is now increasingly benefiting from information exchange with a number of tax havens.

Increased Swedish interest to travel to post Kim Jong Il’s North Korea

Tuesday, 27 December 2011
North Korea
After the death of Kim Jong-Il's more and more Swedish travel agents have noticed an unusually high demand for travel to North Korea.

Swedish Retail trade increased in November higher that expectedshopping

Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Swedish retail trade sales volume increased by 0.7 percent in November compared to the same month last year.

Swedish journalists jailed in Ethiopia for 11 years as the Swedish government accused of lacklustre.

Tuesday, 27 December 2011
Two Swedish journalist tried and found guilty recently in Ethiopia for illegal entry and the promotion of terrorism have on Tuesday, been sentenced to 11 years in prison. While the Swedish government has been accused of failing its citizens in trouble by grand standing.


160,000 without power in Sweden as strong storm stop rail traffic and make roads impassable

Monday, 26 December 2011
About 160,000 Swedish households were reported by 9 am Swedish time today to be without power and there was also intense disruption on rail transport as violent storm whipped parts of Sweden.
  • More images from Swedish television


    Limited Christmas holiday days this year means boom to Swedish GDP

    Friday, 23 December 2011

    Technical analysis of the Christmas holidays and working week days in Sweden means that the structure of this year's calendar offers few non working days.

    Mass Murderer,  Breivik's mother reacts to his son’s purchase of weapons in an interview with the police as his father and step father participate in documentary that seek to understand the killer’s upbringing.
    Friday, 23 December 2011
    Norwegian mass murdered, Anders Breivik Behring's mother was surprised that her son bought a gun, but did not realize what was to be used for.


    Swedish household debts at record level – Question if this is sustainable and for how

    long

    Friday, 23 December 2011
    Never before have had Swedish households had such large debts to the banks as today. Household debts have increased dramatically since the mid-1990s.


      Lung disease patient died after nine hours in the emergency room

      Friday, 23 December 2011
      A lung disease patient was forced to sit for more than nine hours in the emergency department of a hospital in Gothenburg, western Sweden before he was admitted. Then it was too late because fifteen minutes later the patient died.

      The impounded armament in Finland yesterday were legal shipment to South Korea

      Thursday, 22 December 2011
      The seized Patriot missiles in Finland were perfectly legal exported products from Germany to South Korea, according to German authorities.


        Swedes are buying more and more online as the web sales tipped to expand more

        Thursday, 22 December 2011

        While the traditional Christmas shopping is perceived to be slow in Sweden as few filled store baskets like never before, the trend is shifting in line. This year, e-commerce is on the increase as sales are reported to be increasing by ten percent and set a new sales record via on line.

        Reduction of VAT in Swedish restaurant and bars but menu items not included

        Thursday, 22 December 2011
        swedish restaurant
        The Swedish government has gone against the component of its DNA and decided to reduce taxes -- that is VAT for restaurant and eating out places such as bars and the likes, on the hope that more jobs and cheaper food would flood the sector. Yeah? Wrong!

        Demand for Saab's old gun shoots up as growing review of its effectiveness to kill makes it more attractive to “killers”Carl- Gustav

        Thursday, 22 December 2011
        Swedish canon which is over 60 year old, a Swedish invention known as Carl-Gustav is now a strong money maker for the defense group Saab despite its age.

        Norway provides Nkr55 billion to the IMF

        Wednesday, 21 December 2011

        Norway offers to make Nkr55 billion available to the IMF, according to reports in Norway media sources citing  statement from the Norwegian Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg's  (pictured above) press briefing at breakfast today.

        Swedish ambassador, one of the first to  met with Kim Jong-Un

        Wednesday, 21 December 2011
        Swedish ambassador to North Korea is one of the first Western representatives to meet the country's new leader, Kim Jong Un.

        Sweden's population nearing 9.5 million people as African immigrants fall and more people emigrate from Sweden

        Wednesday, 21 December 2011
        swedish population growth
        9 481 000 persons - that is the estimated population of Sweden when the church bells ring on New Year's Eve.

        How privatisation of Social and welfare services in Sweden brings riches and tax evasion to the big guns

        Wednesday, 21 December 2011
        As the Swedish government presses on with the privatisation of social services, it has emerged today that a company running schools in Sweden and which has been making massive profits decided to declare its accounts in tax havens.

        Sweden is ready to set up Skr100 billion contribution for IMF controlled Euro fund

        Tuesday, 20 December 2011
        Sweden is prepared to stand up to Skr100 billion in loans to the IMF for the Fund to help the troubled euro area countries: Swedish Finance Minister Anders Borg - pictured above


        Turkey wants to buy Saab Automobile

        Tuesday, 20 December 2011
        The Turkish government's embassy in Stockholm has been in contact both with the Swedish  Ministry of Industry and head of Saab Automobile and expressed interest in buying the company.
         
          • Saab automobile over the years (footnotes in Swedish)


          Reward for failure – how million are paid in bonuses despite chaos in the Swedish  railways

          Monday, 19 December 2011
          Despite that chaos in the sector, the Swedish Traffic Authority has paid out nearly Skr40 million in bonuses to companies that maintain the railways tracks according to new damming reports.

          Sweden's Social Democrats party opens its doors for EU Pact talks

          Monday, 19 December 2011
          Tommy Waidelich, the Social Democrat’s economic policy spokesperson, is open for talks on Swedish accession to the euro countries' fiscal pact.



          Swedish Premiere, Fredrik Reinfeldt optimist for a Euro pact

          Saturday, 17 December 2011
          Fredrik Reinfeldt, swedish prime minister
          Swedish Premiere, Fredrik Reinfeldt is optimistic about Sweden's ability to affect the agreement on the EU's new fiscal pact so that the regulations only become mandatory for the euro currency countries.

          Denmark wants to stir EU out of worst crisis as it takes over leadership on News year’s day

          EU

          Saturday, 17 December 2011
          On New Year's Day, Denmark takes over EU Presidency with the vision of removing it from its dying economic situation.


          Another big Scandinavian construction project looming in a Subway to Denmark from Malmö
          Friday, 16 December 2011
          The Mayors of Malmo and Copenhagen have been pondering about how to prepare for increased traffic between the tow cities in the future and now in their recent summit, they came up with an idea! ‘Let tunnel our ways through and create a subway between our cities!’


          Sweden to face two lean years of growth but to maintain budget surplus – a new assessment

          Friday, 16 December 2011
          The Swedish economy is somewhat weaker than previously thought as a result of external factors but yet the Swedish Finance Minister, Anders Borg, sees a surplus in the state budget over the next four years, according to a news assessment.


          Bank Of Finland sees subdued Economic Growth as the euro sovereign debt dent previously plotted economic growth trajectory.Slow finnish economy

          Thursday, 15 December 2011
          Finland's economic outlook has deteriorated further as the sovereign debt crisis and uncertainty over the financial system weakens both foreign and domestic demand, Finland's central bank said Thursday.


              Norway cut its key interest rate

              Wednesday, 14 December 2011
              The Norwegian central bank, Norges Bank has lowered its key rates by 50 basis points on Wednesday, reports the news agency TDN Finans.



              Scandinavian cities lead the league of most expensive cities on earth

              Wednesday, 14 December 2011
              A new international price study shows that the most expensive city on the face of the earth is Oslo, while the cheapest prices can be found in Bombay, India. All Scandinavian cities fare most expensive.



              Sweden provides major support for war victims – a question of guilt or just giving to those displaced by Swedish arms sales?

              Monday, 12 December 2011

              As Swedish business in arm sales growth more than most other countries, reports emerge today that Sweden will give the largest contribution to a fund that helps former child soldiers, torture victims and other victims of war crimes.

              A look at Denmark in case of Danske bank crash  - speculative tendencies on Danish economic crash

              Monday, 12 December 2011
              If Danske Bank, the biggest banking group in Denmark should crash, then Denmark would lacks money to rescue the major banks. Therefore, the risk would be that Denmark itself would be at the edge of bankruptcy, believes US hedge fund, Luxor Capital.


              How Denmark missed Dkr300 billion in oil savings
              Monday, 12 December 2011
              Denmark had been living large on its oil money for years while others such as Norway knew that oil is an irreplaceable resource and had been saving largely their gains from the business.

              Unemployment is the world's fastest-rising worry, a BBC World Service survey covering 11,000 people in 23 countries suggests. Details from the BBC

              Increasing infant Manslaughter common in Finland

              Sunday, 11 December 2011

              Finland tops the statistics in the Western world when it comes to children who die as a result of abuse



              Several detained at the right-wing demonstration in Stockholm

              Saturday, 10 December 2011
              Swedish police in central Stockholm were on full gear today as the great planned extreme right demonstration in Gamlestan in Stockholm went on as planned. Several counter – demonstrators were arrested.

              Chaos in Gothenburg, Sweden after enormous Jupiter-like storm

              Saturday, 10 December 2011
              Rescue Services in Gothenburg have had it hectic during and after Friday's storm. Cars are stuck in the water masses, roof of buildings ravaged and trees fallen across the streets.

              Havoc in central Gothenburg, Sweden / img- Svt
              • More images of the havoc

              British Prime minster, Cameron vetoes EU treaty change the only “white sheep” in the whole Union

              Friday, 09 December 2011
              British Prime minster, David Cameron has effectively vetoed an EU-wide treaty change to tackle the eurozone crisis, saying it was not in the UK's interests.

              Swedish EU Committee supports the EU agreements
              Friday, 09 December 2011
              The Swedish EU Committee on Friday gave its approval to a Swedish participation in EU agreements that are being worked out.


              Swedish real estate brokers track slightly falling sale numbers blamed on banks and media

              Thursday, 08 December 2011
              Restrictive bank borrowing and negative media reports is reported to have contributed to a more slow – moving housing market, according to Swedish real estate agents association who now has added to the believe that there is slight decreasing house prices in the near future.


              French rivals to the Swedish Jas gripen may be grounded

              Thursday, 08 December 2011
              France is considering stopping the production of its fighter jets Rafale which is one of the arch rivals to the Swedish jet fighter Jas Gripen. This could follow the eventually cessation of production if there are no orders from abroad.

              Sweden will provide "significant amount" to euro – crisis fund

              Wednesday, 07 December 2011

              The Swedish Government has proposed that Sweden will put up with what it called "significant amount" to the International Monetary Fund, IMF, so that the fund can help troubled euro zone countries.

              How Swedish welfare privatising is a powerful lucrative business for the properly connected

              Tuesday, 06 December 2011
              Three directors of healthcare company, Carema which provides care for the elderly earned over 120 million last year according to Swedish television. This comes after the company was embroiled in a scandal recently for maltreating tenants in elderly homes which they control.

              Despite skill shortages at home, record numbers of Swedes prefer to migrate to work abroad

              Monday, 05 December 2011
              It is not very clear why but report hold that a record number of Swedes have preferred to migrate to other countries to work even though there s the growing sill shortages at home. Could this be attributed to the fact that people with international experiences earn more in Sweden that those who have been working only there?

              Finnish GDP growth means no recession in the country

              Monday, 05 December 2011
              Finnish GDP growth in the third quarter means that recession can not be spoken of in the country’s productivity for the year.


              Assange allowed to appeal to Supreme Court for a chance not to be extradited to SwedenAssange

              Monday, 05 December 2011
              Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has won the right to petition the UK Supreme Court in his fight against extradition to Sweden, reports the BBC.

              GM has not changed its stance on the Saab – Chinese business Monday, 05 December 2011
              saab
              It looks like GM would prefer to see Saab automobile go under rather than to involve the Chinese in the business.  Latest information from General Motors according to various Swedish news sources say that the company maintain it stance not to allow china to dig into a secret found in the Saab technology.


              The importances of immigrants to the Swedish economy- are immigrants important or why are they leaving the country in their drove

              Sunday, 04 December 2011
              Despite their persistent repudiation in Sweden, immigrants are said to play a leading role in keeping Sweden working.  But there are those sectors that are no go sector for immigrants as such many immigrants are leaving the country to seek greener pasture elsewhere.

              Warning of outbreak of measles as more falls sick in Sweden

              Sunday, 04 December 2011
              The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that Europe is facing an explosive growth of missiles as reports hold that the sickness is growing a unparallel levels in Sweden.

              The Gripen business with Switzerland forces a referendum

              Sunday, 04 December 2011
              gripenThe Socialists party in Switzerland is to hold a referendum on the federal government's decision to buy 22 Swedish fighters jets, the JAS Gripen. On Saturday, they voted unanimously for a resolution on the matter to be taken in that way.

              Sweden relaxes the clampdown on Syria and puts business before human rights

              Friday, 02 December 2011

              As the EU countries try hard to hold down the Syrian regime from persistently continuously killing its own people using western advance technology, Sweden remains the only western country defying the role and continues to supply Syria with tools to use in killing its own people.

              Several Smaller airliners in Sweden threatened with Bankruptcy as the economy falters

              Friday, 02 December 2011
              air-sweden
              Several of the smaller airlines operating in Sweden are struggling to cope with the lousy economy of the micro sector such that their futures look bleak. Besides that, there also the Swedish constricting tax system that disadvantaged smaller companies which is also to be blamed.

              Illusionary Swedish dream: How the Swedish people with foreign background top the league of poorest people in Sweden

              Friday, 02 December 2011

              The tale that the poorest sets of people in Sweden are people with foreign background is not new. But the situation now is that that number has ground exponentially in the past years and politician only blow hot air with no idea on how the problem can be resolved 



              Finland and Denmark second least corrupt countries in the world

              Thursday, 01 December 2011

              Finland has moved back up Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index. Last year Finland was the fourth least corrupt nation in the world, but this year it has moved up to joint second position with Denmark, after New Zealand in top spot.

              The Sales of Jas Gripen to Switzerland facing a bumpy ride and could be quashed

              Thursday, 01 December 2011
              Several major political parties in Switzerland want a referendum to prevent the country to buying the 22 Gripen aircraft from Sweden which its government announced yesterday in a press conference.

              Norway closes embassy in Iran

              Wednesday, 30 November 2011
              After the attack on the British embassy in Tehran, Norway has chosen to close its embassy in the Iranian capital.



              Denmark’s economy in trouble but the finance minister feels that the storm can be weathered

              Wednesday, 30 November 2011
              Democratic Finance Minister Bjarne Corydon
              Danish Finance Minister, Bjarne Corydon (pictured) is now worried about the state of the Danish economy. He said that Danish economy is now in trouble after report today out today that growth in Denmark shrank in the third quarter by 0.8 percent




                Buoyant hope that Saab automobile could return to life in Trollhattan - Bankruptcy trustees

                Friday, 30 December 2011
                Bankruptcy trustees in Saab Automobile have high hopes for a "some continued activity" at the factory in Trollhattan.


                  The Turks are coming to Trollhattan

                  Wednesday, 28 December 2011
                  A group of Turkish stakeholders are expected soon to Trollhättan to look at what can be bought from bankrupt Saab Automobile.


                  TeliaSonera's credit rating is in danger

                  Wednesday, 28 December 2011
                  Moody's has lowered its outlook for TeliaSonera's credit rating A3 to negative from stable earlier, according to a statement.

                  Did Spotify reignite Rhapsody in the music streaming business?

                  Monday, 26 December 2011

                  A lot has been written and said about Spotify in the Swedish media how it will take over the world in the business music streaming business. It is not clear whether because of this much hype in the Swedish media that has ignited competitors such as Rhapsody to up its own game.


                  Unprecedented Fall in the prices / Value of used Saab cars in Sweden

                  Friday, 23 December 2011
                  saab
                  Prices of used Saab cars have plummeted by about 25 percent the past three years, significantly more than other brands.

                    Sony Ericsson moves its Japanese engineers to Lund, Sweden

                    Thursday, 22 December 2011
                    Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg wants to increase the number of Japanese engineers in Lund, now that Sony will take over the company in January.


                    Björn Borg is launching in China

                    Wednesday, 21 December 2011
                    Björn Borg has decided to launch the brand in China to place the brand among the growing legion of fashion-conscious young people in the country.


                    Uncertain economic situation has pushed Scania to cut thousands of jobs

                    Tuesday, 20 December 2011
                    Truck manufacturer Scania pulls down on production further as the economic situation continues to constrict demand.

                    Youngman ready to buy Saab's bankruptcy – Swedish press report

                    Tuesday, 20 December 2011
                    Chinese Youngman, with President Rachel Pang, is ready to make a bid for Saab's bankruptcy estate. The bid for all or parts of operations that is independent of GM's technology.

                    Electrolux specifies overhead cost savings

                    Tuesday, 20 December 2011
                    White good company, Electrolux has said that, as communicated at the Capital Markets Day in November, it will be reducing overhead costs in all regions.

                    GM rejects yet another Saab re-organisation proposal

                    Saturday, 17 December 2011
                    Victor Muller, Saab automobile CEO
                    General Motors (GM) which still has a leading say in Saab automobile, has yet again rejected proposal put forward by Saab to turn its future around

                    Volvo promised to be profitable at the end of the year despite hick-ups caused by last owner

                    Saturday, 17 December 2011
                    Volvo car Corporation may have recorded some Losses in the third quarter. But the fourth is expected to see the company in black numbers. For the whole year, the CEO Stefan Jacoby has promised profit.
                     


                    Skandia liv, buys back Skandia for Skr22.5 billion

                    Thursday, 15 December 2011
                    skandia
                    Skandia was resurrected when the life Insurance company, Skandia Liv purchase insurance company Skandia from the South African group Old Mutual for Skr22.5 billion.


                    Rachel Pang to attend the hearing about Saab re-organisation pursuit

                    Wednesday, 14 December 2011

                    Rachel Pang, president of Chinese Youngman, will be present at the meeting of Saab’s restructuring talks at the Vänersborg court on Monday, which Saab Automobile sought to talk about its future.


                    Rumours of collapse strikes at Swedbank and other Swedish banks in Latvia

                    Monday, 12 December 2011
                    Rumours that the Swedish banking giant, Swedbank, in Latvia was closed to collapse led to customers queuing at ATMs machines to withdraw their money.


                    Boliden to lead among companies in the world to extract gold from electrical scrap

                    Sunday, 11 December 2011

                    Mining company, Boliden is about to become the world's largest recyclers of gold, silver and copper from discarded computers and mobile phones.


                    Volvo Powertrain is down grading operation and employment

                    Friday, 09 December 2011
                    Volvo Powertrain in Skövde, which builds engines for the Volvo Group, is reducing their output as such reducing their workforce also.


                    AstraZeneca buys a Chinese Pharmaceutical

                    Thursday, 08 December 2011
                    Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca buys Chinese Guangdong Beikang Pharmaceutical, a manufacturer of discount copies of generic drugs.

                      Saab administrator, Guy Lofalk wants to stop Saab re-organisation
                      Wednesday, 07 December 2011

                      The man working for the re-organisation of Saab automobile has hit the brick wall and wants to stop the operation.

                        Vattenfall quashed multi billion projects

                        Monday, 05 December 2011
                        Swedish government – owned Vattenfall has cancelled plans for a demonstration project for carbon capture and storage in Germany.

                        Carl-Henric Svanberg rumoured to take over in the Volvo

                        Thursday, 01 December 2011
                        Svanberg
                        Carl-Henric Svanberg will be taking over as president of Volvo Trucks according to media reports in Sweden.

                        Banks hit with Credit rating down grades

                        Wednesday, 30 November 2011
                        Credit rating agency Standard and Poor's on Tuesday lowered the credit rating for 15 large banks, mainly in Europe and USA.

                        60 new Audi cars are scrapped in Sweden after the storm

                        Thursday, 01 December 2011

                        A showroom in Uddevalla is forced to scrap the 60 brand new Audi, which were completely destroyed in the storm that shock the areas on Monday night of Monday

                        Reports of a new owner heading the Saab way

                        Tuesday, 29 November 2011
                        Saab-empty
                        A third owner may be heading into the Saab Automobile business and could be able to untangle the knot the company is tied into right now

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