Saab Automobile, the 61-year-old Swedish carmaker owned by General Motors Corp., will survive an industry slump if it sells attractive models, Sweden's government said, defying GM's view that Saab is artificially kept alive.
If Sweden believes in it so much, then why don't they buy it?
Of course they are going to support Saab and Volvo. If they are sold or closed, their government will have to deal with all the repercussions. It'd be easier for an American company to deal with the hardships so they wouldn't have to get their hands dirty.