SHANGHAI, June 27 (Reuters) - China's Shanghai Auto plans to make a domestic version of a car once made by MG Rover by 2007, a company executive said on Monday, using rights bought from the British firm before a proposed partnership collapsed this year. China's largest car maker aims to manufacture its first own-branded sedan based on the Rover 75, a Shanghai Auto executive said, with an eye to selling a full range of own-branded vehicles by 2007. The firm now makes cars that carry the ...
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