By Marcus Leach
As Swedish car maker Saab continue to struggle to pay their staff two Swedish unions have called for them to declare themselves bankrupt.
Saab had, last week, unsuccessfully applied to a Swedish court for protection from its creditors, and now must face the reality of bankruptcy.
Having suspended production in April Saab workers are still awaiting August's wages as the car maker desperately try and save themselves at the eleventh hour.
"A bankruptcy application is a way to make sure that our members are not left without the money they have the right to," said Unionen boss Cecilia Fahlberg.
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