China’s Nanjing Automobile Corp. says it has selected a plant site in Ardmore, OK, to build MG vehicles. The vehicle to be built in Oklahoma, the TF coupe, will go on sale in 2008, returning the sporty brand to the U.S. following its departure in 1980. Nanjing, which purchased certain assets of bankrupt British auto maker MG Rover Group last year after outbidding Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp., has formed MG Motors North America Inc. The new company will be responsible for sales, ...
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