PARIS – India's Tata Motor Co. Ltd. and England's MG Rover will strengthen their mutual reliance this month as MG Rover begins distributing Tata light-utility vehicles in the U.K., but Tata says it has no need to invest in MG Rover. City Rover, based on the Indica (above), goes on sale in the U.K. in October. In August, Tata began production of the City Rover, a lightly revised version of the Tata Indica supermini sold in India. Sales of the City Rover begin in October in the ...
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