MG Rover investigation may go to DTI -FRC


LONDON, May 23 (Reuters) - The UK accounting watchdog examining the bankruptcy of carmaker MG Rover may have unearthed irregularities that could prompt a fuller Government enquiry, the watchdog's Chief Executive, Paul Boyle, told Reuters on Monday. "There might be some issues that they (the Department of Trade and Industry) might want to look at," he said, adding that the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) report would be issued later this week. The UK Government last month asked the ...

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