Bangladesh to build cars DHAKA — Bangladesh's small auto industry embarks upon its first private-sector automotive project. Bangladesh Automobiles Assemblers and Manufacturers Assn. says it has an agreement with a U.K. engineering firm to build Rover 100s for the local market by 2001. The Bangladeshi firm signed a memorandum of understanding with British D&P Engineering Services Ltd. to jointly build the car. D&P purchased the rights to the Rover 100 from BMW AG, which bought Rover ...
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