Reuters reported yesterday that EIB wants Saab to repay the loan within 90 days.
But a source familiar with the negotiations said one of the terms was that the EIB wanted Saab to repay the money it had borrowed within 90 days of the sale and leaseback deal being carried out.
Thanks to WM in the comments section for the tip.
Other media are reporting similar stories
, but do not touch on the specifics.
Do you understand why EIB poses these requirements?
– No, it is completely inexplicable. Unless they want Saab to declare bankruptcy, says Carlström.
Update: TTela now reports that EIB wants to terminate the loan.
– We are working with alternative solutions to solve this problem. We have 100 lawyers working with the EIB-question, says Lars Carlström.