LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) - A parliamentary committee said on Thursday it saw mixed prospects for companies making cars in Britain and urged the government and industry to put more effort into improving skills and strengthening research. Several car manufacturers announced high-profile job cuts in Britain last year, leading to pessimistic assessments of the future of car making in the country, the chairman of parliament's Trade and Industry Committee, Peter Luff, said. However, Luff, an ...
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