LONDON, Dec 15 (Reuters) - British vanmaker LDV said on Thursday it was close to finalising a refinancing package with investors after stopping production at its plant in central England. LDV is one of the last surviving British-owned vehicle makers following the collapse of MG Rover this year. It employs 1,200 workers at its Birmingham plant where it makes panel vans, minibuses and other light commercial vehicles. A LDV spokeswoman said the company's management was locked in talks with ...
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