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THE sale of Jaguar, Land Rover et al to Tata Industries of India (it already owns Corus, ex-British Steel) is a further sign of things to come and, in the long term, it will not be good for UK plc.
MG ROVER'S Longbridge factory in Birmingham is due to reopen today under the Chinese ownership of Nanjing Automobile Corporation. Three new MG TF sports models are expected to drive off the recommissioned production lines at the opening ceremony.
THE huge car plant at Longbridge, Birmingham, will reopen today, two years after closing following the dramatic collapse of Rover.
THE Chinese owners of the iconic MG TF sports car brand are aiming to manufacture around 50,000 of that and other vehicles within two years.
NANJING Automobile Group intends to start exporting its China-made MG cars to Europe in the second half of this year as it revives the iconic British brand, a senior executive said.
ALEX F Noble, the Loanhead-based motor group, has become one of the latest parts wholesalers for the MG Rover marque.
MILLIONS of pounds of cash earmarked to give aid to victims of the MG Rover collapse has not been used, it emerged today.
THE former owners of collapsed firm MG Rover have clawed back more than £16 million from the taxman from the year the car giant went bust.
THE first Land Rover model designed and built by owner Ford has rolled off the production line in the UK.
Land Rover is to buy the trademark of collapsed car giant Rover.
CHINESE firm Nanjing Automobile has set up a £120 million unit to oversee the development of its own-brand cars based on technology bought from failed British car maker MG Rover.
AMERICAN car giant Ford is believed to be set to throw in Land Rover as a sweetener in its attempts to sell its other iconic British car-maker, Jaguar.
TAXPAYERS face footing the £600 million bill for the 2005 collapse of car maker MG Rover, MPs claimed today.
A BUS driver from Longstone has won damages from a car dealer who told him he had lost his consumer rights because of the collapse of the Rover car manufacturer.
MILLIONS of pounds will be invested in the former MG Rover car plant at Longbridge under plans to resume production of a sports car, the new Chinese owners announced yesterday.
A LIMITED resumption of production at the former MG Rover plant in Longbridge will be announced today when the Chinese owners reveal their plans, a year after buying the collapsed British car-maker.
SHIELDS Automotive, the Scottish car sales and repair group, has unveiled an operating loss as a tough market and the collapse of MG Rover cut sales.
PRIME Minister Tony Blair today defended the Government's decision to give car-maker MG Rover a £6.5 million bridging loan before its collapse, following criticism by the public spending watchdog.