Iran says it wants to revitalise MG Rover brand


By Amir Paivar TEHRAN, April 25 (Reuters) - Iran said on Monday it was still interested in buying MG Rover, and hoped to breathe new life into the collapsed British carmaker rather than just strip it of assets as one Iranian automaker suggested. Britain's century-old carmaker, which once made sturdy Land Rovers and sleek MG sports cars, stopped production after failing to secure a rescue deal, an embarrassing blow to Prime Minister Tony Blair in the run-up to next month's parliamentary ...

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