DETROIT (WKZO) -- General Motors has been hit with a three-billion dollar lawsuit from the Dutch automaker Spyker Cars over the failure of Saab. The Swedish automaker was sold by GM for 74-million dollars in 2010, but GM retained over 327-million dollars in preferred stock and retained ownership of technology they developed for Saab. Spyker contends GM blocked their attempt to sell Saab to a Chinese company forcing Saab into bankruptcy.
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