The Swedish motor-car manufacturer of Saab has submitted the claim about bankruptcythe Swedish autoconcern of Saab Automobile AB has put in in district court Vanersburga the statement for protection against creditors, according to the law on bankruptcy of the enterprise. In case of approval of the statement by court the company intends to carry out reorganisation within three months, transfers Associated Press.
the similar measure will allow the company to be protected from creditors and to find new sources of financing. An ultimate goal of reorganisation of Saab is transformation in the independent company.
“ we have studied and we will study further all available possibilities of crediting of Saab or its sale. We have come to conclusion that official reorganisation will be the best way of creation of really independent enterprise ready to investments “ - Yana - Ake Johnson is told in the statement of the operating director of Saab. Saab also has informed that he will search for re-structurings of means necessary for carrying out both at the Swedish authorities, and at the private companies.
the decision on reorganisation was accepted after on February, 18th the government of Sweden has rejected inquiry of General Motors (whose division is Saab) about concern state financing. According to the Swedish authorities, the American motorcar giant should care of profitableness of the division in Sweden.
According to plans GM on the re-structuring, presented to the congress of the USA, Saab should become the enterprise independent of the American concern to 2010ã. Now Saab Automobile yields to the parent company only losses.
Saab Automobile earlier was division of the Swedish machine-building concern of Saab AB. The first cars were developed by concern in 1940 - e years, and in 1949ã. Their mass production has begun. In 1990ã. The American motorcar giant GM has got 50 % of the Swedish motor-car manufacturer, and later 10 years has redeemed the remained half. Now in Saab Automobile work more than 4 thousand persons. Mark cars are on sale more than in 60 countries of the world, including in Russia.