Thylmuc has a very good question, imo.
I mean that is what they need to do to pay their debts, but will the next round of deliveries after the suppliers are paid and restart delivery be used to build China-targeted cars?!
Quoting di.se: pang Da will get about 1.300 cars for their 30 M € and those cars will arrive in mid September to China. For the further 15M€ I suppose that Pang Da will get about 700 cars making a total of 2.000 cars.
We also know, that the Saab workers that are being paid, but have to be at home, will alter on work 1 extra hour for any 2 hours they had to stay at home. This is about half a month of workforce Saab can use to build the cars many are waiting for, amongst them Pang Da.
So I don’t think we have to worry about Saab forgetting the other markets only to serve the deal with Pang Da.