LONDON, June 24 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. has hired accountancy group KPMG to examine the books at its British units Jaguar and Land Rover ahead of their expected sale later this year, the Sunday Times reported. The newspaper, which not name the source of its information, said KPMG had been given a mandate to revamp the companies' accounts so that they are in a proper form to be examined by would-be buyers. "KPMG's main task will be giving a clear picture of Jaguar and Land Rover's ...
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