Nanjing launches UK hunt for Rover management team


By Michael Smith LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) - China's Nanjing Automobile said on Tuesday it had launched a UK search for senior managers to lead a revived MG Rover and said it was not in a hurry to sell major stakes in the British carmaker. "We are talking to a number of senior players with experience in this industry with a view to recruitment. We are looking for the right team and the right partners," a Nanjing spokesman said. Nanjing won an auction to buy bankrupt MG Rover on Friday, ...

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