LONDON, May 26 (Reuters) - The UK accounting watchdog examining the bankruptcy of carmaker MG Rover said on Thursday its investigation into the collapse raised "a number of questions" which could prompt a full government enquiry. The UK government last month asked the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to examine MG Rover's accounts after the carmaker filed for bankruptcy and had to lay off the majority of its 6,000 workforce. "The FRRP's report does raise a number of questions relating ...
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