just-auto.com shares this comment received on e-mail from Eva Srejber:
We are not a liquidity provider. Liquidity financing must come from the company’s cash flow, commercial banks or other sources.
Which seems odd, because Saab’s original request was to cap the size of the loan. In return they asked the Swedish government to reduce the hold on the collateral Saab put up a year ago.
The original request reduced the risks involved while injecting fresh money into the running of Saab. It would most definitively qualify as “other sources”.