MG mulls Iran deal LONDON — MG Rover reportedly is close to signing an agreement that calls for supplying thousands of vehicles to Iran. Such a move would help boost the U.K. automaker's comeback after its sell-off last year by BMW AG. The latest deal was brokered with the help of the British government, published reports say. Models involved include the 75, 45 and 25. It's not yet clear whether they will be exported in kits for assembly or as fully built.

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