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Old 23rd November 2004, 00:52   #1
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The chinese corporation Shanghai Automotive bought 70% of MG Rover for 1.5M euros.
Say goodbye to the last big 100% British car brand...

http://www.quattroruote.it/auto....itial=1

Found this on another Forum!!!
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Why did they sell Rover...i knew they were in trouble...but this deep...that they had to sell? Thats just too bad.

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Wow! is that so???
What happens to city rover? will we see it running around on the Chinese roads now?
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I guess...now we can Import CityRovers from China



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Launching the "City Rover" was probably Rovers worst decission.

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wonder why tata didnt pick it up?
would have been a good strategic descion if they had,
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Quote[/b] (Shan2nu @ Nov. 23 2004,01:48)]Launching the "City Rover" was probably Rovers worst decission.

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The CityRover isn't mature enough for the UK markets....
well, sad to hear that Rover has been sold!
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