Wall Street Journal quote the vice president of Youngman:
One of the two Chinese companies interested in participating in the restructuring of Saab Automobile AB of Sweden has said their agreement would likely change.
“The offer may be higher or lower, but we don’t know now,” said Huang Zhiqiang, vice president of China Youngman Automobile Group. The Chinese company, along with Pang Da Automobile Trade Co., had previously offered to invest €245 million ($337.5 million) in the Swedish car maker as part of a restructuring that would leave the two with a 54% stake.
“The final restructuring process will have to change,” he said. “It will be influenced by many factors.” He said the companies are continuing to work through a restructuring officer appointed by a Swedish court.
In the same article there is a quote from Li Shibo of Pang Da:
Liu Shibo, an official at Pang Da, said Friday the Chinese company doesn’t plan to reduce its investment and is still waiting for government approval, which he said the company expects to get in November.
This does not sound like those two companies pull exactly in the same direction. And it fits well with the statement from Pang Da I read last week that said that it was Youngman who slowed down the process.
Thanks to SaabMan in comments.