Chinese government approved Nanjing purchase of MG Rover
Topics: Nanjing Automobile Group, MG Rover
March 13, 2006
The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission approved today the plans by Nanjing Automobile Group to revive the MG Rover brand.
Nanjing Automobile are planning to annually produce 200,000 cars, 250,000 engines and 100,000 gearboxes on the assembly lines purchased from MG Rover.
The first MG produced in Pukou in Nanjing in the east of China will be the sedan version of MG-75, in the first half of 2007.
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