The next 24-48 hours are going to be extremely quiet on the news front. Anything you read, I’d take with a huge grain of salt because it’s going to be speculative. The newsmakers have gone into radio silence mode, they don’t want good or bad news disturbing a potential deal between any parties. As such, we’re holding most of our coverage and are going to be focusing less on the deals side until there is concrete news to report.
Negotiations at the moment are in full swing, and any news source that claims they have a handle on a clear picture is straight up lying at this point. We’re in touch directly with those in the know, and will report what we can when we can. While we’d love to give a behind the scenes shot of negotiations, we’re not interested in disturbing or upsetting any potential deals. Needless to say, it’s going to be a busy few days ahead.
In the meantime, we’ll be focusing our attention on the numerous efforts that different branches of Saab are working on around the world, from Germany to Ohio. The only thing that I can report with some certainty is that Saab will be around for years to come, so these marketing efforts aren’t without cause.
Also please continue to be mindful and have a little more faith in the people who are negotiating for Saab’s survival (not just Victor Muller). They aren’t the ones who steered Saab into this minefield, but they’re the ones who will pull it out.