Rover cuts 400 at Swindon, U.K., plant LONDON — Rover Group Ltd. will cut at least 400 jobs at its Swindon, U.K., pressing and tooling plant. The automaker says the cuts were part of the process of integrating Rover into parent company BMW AG. But a U.K. business newspaper says the cuts were made while shifting jobs to Germany and other European countries. Swindon makes the body panels for Rover's troubled Longbridge, U.K., plant. Rover continues to lose money for BMW, which says Rover ...

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