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GM wins a court dismissal in Spyker – Saab lawsuit


The US automaker managed to convince a federal appeals court to approve the dismissal of a $3 billion lawsuit brought by Spyker NV because the latter considered that General Motors impeded with the sale of Saab to a Chinese buyer. According to the 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Spyker didn’t demonstrate how GM managed to derail the purchase ...
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Spyker fends off asset sales, but not out of trouble
The exotic Dutch sports carmaker is well known for its supercars/ automotive art pieces and also for its unsuccessful bid to enter the global auto making business through Sweden’s Saab. For ...
Spyker unveiled during Pebble Beach the B6 Venator Spyder concept
The model is slotted to enter limited production in late 2014 for key markets including Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and India, followed by the US in early 2015. After ...
Spyker Will Appeal Judge’s Dismissal of the $3B Lawsuit Against GM
Spyker said it will appeal the decision taken by the US judge to dismiss the $3-billion lawsuit against GM. Spyker, the owner of Saab, said that it would appeal the US ...
US Judge Dismissed Spyker Lawsuit Against GM
Spyker NV’s lawsuit against GM was dismissed by a US federal judge, saying that the US car maker had the right to block the sale. Spyker NV sued GM in August ...
Spyker and Youngman Agree on Joint Ventures
Spyker and Chinese Youngman Group agreed to make a joint venture to manufacture a new super SUV and sedans based on Saab's Phoenix platform. The new SUV is expected to reach ...
Spyker Rejects GM’s Motion to Dismiss Saab Lawsuit
Today, November 12th, Spyker opposed GM’s motion to dismiss, filed in response to Dutch manufacturer’s $3 billion claim against the US automaker. On August 6th, Spyker filed a $3 billion complaint ...
Spyker to oppose GM’s attempt to escape Saab lawsuit
Dutch sportscar maker Spyker said on Monday it will oppose General Motors's move of dismissing the lawsuit in which the U.S. carmaker is accused by Spyker of deliberately bankrupting Saab. GM ...
GM Rejects Spyker’s Lawsuit Over Saab
GM tries to convince the US authorities to reject Spyker’s lawsuit, according to which it seeks $3 billion in damages accusing GM for deliberately causing Saab to go bankrupt. Spyker filed ...
Spyker and Youngman form JV to build cars based on Saab’s Phoenix platform
Saab's former owner Spyker announced that it will set up two joint ventures with Zhejiang Youngman to produce Saab-based cars and a luxury SUV in China. Under the terms of the ...



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