HONG KONG, Dec 27 (Reuters) - British carmaker MG Rover will hold talks early in 2003 with its Chinese partner to try to rescue its joint venture deal with Brilliance China Automotive , the Financial Times reported on Friday. The London-based newspaper said MG Rover will meet counterparts from the Liaoning provincial government, which seized control last week of Brilliance, China's largest van maker. A decision would then be made shortly afterwards on whether to stick with the Brilliance ...
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