LONDON, Feb 25 (Reuters) - A joint venture between UK carmaker MG Rover and China's Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp (SAIC) would result in job losses in Britain although it was still unclear how many, a union said on Friday. The Transport & General Workers Union (TGWU), which represents more than 6,000 workers at MG Rover's Longbridge plant in central England, said most mergers led to job losses and a tie-up with SAIC would be no exception. "What is important right now is to make ...
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