Bookies sets the odds for Swedish car maker's new owners

Betting group Ladbrokes is offering odds on who is going to buy Saab.

Punters wishing to take bets on who will end up owning the GM brand can check out the latest odds by clicking here.

At the time of writing the latest odds were:

Chinese consortium 6/4Swedish consortium 4/1Fiat 6/1German consortium 7/1International consortium 7/1Korean consortium 7/1BMW 11/1Hyundai 11/1Indian consortium 12/1Japanese consortium 16/1Renault 24/1USA consortium 24/1Volvo 49/1

Despite our best efforts, we couldn't find any odds for any of the other GM brands being spun-off, or Volvo, which Ford is looking to sell.

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