UPDATE 1-Russian-owned van maker seeks UK government lifeline


(Adds comment from Brown's spokesman, paragraphs 16-17) By Peter Griffiths LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The Russian owners of British commercial vehicle manufacturer LDV have asked the UK government for a loan of up to 30 million pounds ($43.6 million) to save it from collapse, an executive said on Monday. Erik Eberhardson, chairman of LDV's parent company GAZ, the Russian carmaker, said LDV is running out of money after it suspended production in December. LDV and the rest of the ...

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