MG Rover Group Ltd. reportedly will buy 100,000 vehicles from India’s Tata Engineering & Locomotive Co. Ltd. (TELCO) over a 5-year period. TELCO will supply MG Rover with 100,000 Indica hatchbacks to be sold under the Rover brand in Europe, reports say. Shipments will begin in the second half of the year from TELCO’s plant in Pune, western India. The Indica will be slightly altered to integrate better with the Rover brand and will be called either the Rover 15 or Metro, costing less ...

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