Saab

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Saab 900, the company's most famous car
Saab AB
Public
IndustryAerospace and Defence
FateMerged with Spyker
Founded1937
Defunct2011
HeadquartersJärfälla, Sweden
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Åke Svensson (President) & (CEO)
Marcus Wallenberg (Chairman)
ProductsMilitary aircraft
Military systems
RevenueIncrease 23.021 Billion SEK (2007)
Increase 2.607 Billion SEK (2007)
Increase 1.941 Billion SEK (2007)
Number of employees
13,757 (2008)
Websitesaabgroup.com

Saab is a Swedish car and airplane maker, started in Trollhattan, Sweden in 1937. Saab started to make cars in 1947. The automobile part of the business is now owned by Spyker Cars.[1] The aviation and defense parts of Saab are owned by the Wallenberg family.

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  1. Sterling, Toby. "GM to sell Saab to Dutch carmaker Spyker". Retrieved 2010-01-26.