"We have offers. ... We are in talks, but the (sale) should be value-added whether financially or technically. We are not considering selling and exiting. It (could) be a maximum 10 to 20 percent of the company to be taken out of all investors. There is a 60 to 70 percent chance that we will
Investment Dar is also interested in obtaining a 300 million dinar ($1 billion) loan for refinancing debts, according to Autonews, but no other details were provided.
Earlier this month, Aston Martin announced that approximately 600 workers will be let go in the next few months, mostly due to the economic crisis which is reducing sales on most emerging markets.
"I might sacrifice today some of my future profit, but I'll get today a better benefit and support from a technical partner,” Amr Abou El-Seoud said, explaining that Aston Martin urgently needs an investor to maintain the same production level without other cost-cutting measures.