LONDON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - A British labour union said on Friday it had held constructive talks with India's Tata Motors over its planned acquisition of Ford Motor Co's Jaguar and Land Rover units. "We are confident our members' long-term future is best served by Tata," said Dave Osborne, national secretary for vehicle building at the Unite union. "They totally ruled out offloading Jaguar or building Land Rovers in India." "There's a couple of clarifications we still need from Ford, but ...
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