Jan 28 (Reuters) - The British government has announced a range of measures designed to help the financial system and the wider economy in recent months. Here is a round-up of the main initiatives: CAR INDUSTRY Jan. 27 - Business Secretary Peter Mandelson announces a government guarantee of up to 2.3 billion pounds of loans to help car-makers hit by the credit crunch. - The package includes guarantees to unlock loans of up to 1.3 billion pounds from the European Investment Bank (EIB) ...
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