Jaguar Land Rover will build a £355 million ($555.6 million) plant to manufacture all-new low-emissions engines in the U.K. JLR, a subsidiary of India's Tata Motors, says the facility will produce a family of advanced-technology 4-cyl. gasoline and diesel engines. It will be built in a business park near Wolverhampton, England, 130 miles (209 km) northeast of London and is expected to create up to 750 engineering and manufacturing jobs. JLR already employs more than 19,000 people in the ...
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