SAIC not ruling out legal tussle over MG Rover


LONDON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Chinese carmaker Shanghai Automotive Corp. (SAIC) has not ruled out legal action to stop rival Nanjing Automobile from making two MG Rover models on which SAIC owns the intellectual property rights. "If anyone infringes on it, then they reserve the right to take legal action," a SAIC spokesman said on Wednesday. "It is a watching brief at the moment, waiting to see what they (Nanjing) go ahead and do." Nanjing bought the assets of MG Rover, a former iconic ...

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