Land Rover plans Jordan assembly plant AMMAN — Land Rover's Middle East distributor, Ole Automotive Trading Co., will begin assembling 5,000 Land Rover Defender 110s annually in Jordan late in 2001. The Defender is an aging but rugged sport utility/vehicle. It is no longer sold in the U.S. because it cannot be easily re-engineered to meet safety standards. Kits will be manufactured at the Land Rover plant in Solihull, U.K. Land Rover hopes to locate and train Jordanian companies to begin ...

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