By Frank Prenesti LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - The British government and car makers said on Wednesday they were urgently trying to find ways to work around a rule that stops car financing companies getting direct access to credit from the Bank of England. The move came as the two sides discussed the government's 2.3 billion pound ($3.29 billion) package of loan guarantees, designed to rekindle demand as the financial crisis hammers sales in one of Britain's key manufacturing sectors. ...
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