Nanjing Auto sets date for MG Rover-tech-based cars


BEIJING, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Nanjing Automobile Group said on Tuesday production in China of cars based on MG Rover technology will begin in March, a Nanjing MG Motor Co. official said. Production in England would begin in April or May. Nanjing Auto, a obscure player based in eastern China, took over MG Rover in 2005, outbidding the country's top car maker SAIC Motor. (US$=7.78 yuan)

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