(adds detail, background, shares) LONDON, March 30 (Reuters) - British bus maker Mayflower Corporation believes talks with its lenders are likely to fail, it said on Tuesday a day after it revealed book-keeping errors and the departure of senior managers. "The board is currently reviewing all options available to the company and a further announcement will be made in due course," Mayflower said in a statement. The UK's Financial Services Authority earlier said shares in Mayflower had ...
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