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Friday, 29 October, 1999, 15:38 GMT
Rover - a car firm's troubles


UK car manufacturer Rover is in trouble, hit by low productivity, falling sales and mounting losses. Its parent company, BMW of Germany, has cut costs and embarked on a massive investment programme. But will it work?
BBC News Online examines Rover's problems.






The Rover breakdown
Rover, in business since 1904, has been synonymous with the UK car industry. However, decades of under-investment have put the survival of the company at risk, despite BMW's massive modernisation programme.
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The story of Rover's troubles




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