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Saab Targets Return in 2011

Saab Automobile, a Swedish carmaker owned by Spyker Cars, aims to start selling cars in China, Russia, Brazil and Mexico in the first half of next year, sales manager Adrian Hallmark said late Wednesday.

Saab is negotiating with potential distribution partners and aims to reach agreements by year-end, Hallmark said.

“In the next two years, the new markets will not materially change our performance volume-wise, but in the next five years, I believe they will fundamentally change our performance,” Hallmark said.


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