China's SAIC interested in some MG Rover assets


LONDON, April 29 (Reuters) - China's Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp (SAIC) said on Friday it had written to the administrators of MG Rover to express interest in buying some of the collapsed carmaker's assets. SAIC, which was in talks on partnering with MG Rover before it collapsed, said it had formally expressed "preliminary interest" in some assets from the carmaker's closed plant in central England. "They're still evaluating all options that are open, but a formal decision has not ...

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