NETHERLANDS: Youngman invests EUR10m for 29.9% Spyker stake
By Simon Warburton | 7 December 2012
Chinese manufacturer, Youngman, has invested EUR10m (US$13m) in Spyker for 29.9% of the capital in a deal subject to completion of due diligence.
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