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Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 11:54 GMT
Nanjing puts £10m into Longbridge
MG production is to restart at Longbridge after its Chinese owners outline plans to invest £10m in the plant.
American factory plan for MG cars
Future of MG Rover site discussed
Rover sold to Nanjing Automobile
Rover break-up plan to go ahead
James launches two Rover bids
Rover creditors may get just 1%
DTI to investigate Rover accounts
Your views on Rover collapse
RIP MG Rover
The story of Rover's collapse, five years after BMW sold it
A spectacular end
How MG Rover's hopes of avoiding collapse were shattered
A century of cars
The highs and lows of motor manufacturing at Longbridge
COLLAPSE OF ROVER
Government orders Rover inquiry
Rover workers face up to the end
Watchdog questions books
'Cycle of decline' doomed Rover
Business park set for Rover site
Rover workers get £5,000
Rover job protest goes to London
Rover crisis threatening dealers
Full statement on MG Rover
MG Rover gets £6.5m loan lifeline
End of the road for Rover
UK's Blair vows to support Rover
BACKGROUND AND ANALYSIS
Old model army cramps MG Rover's style
More gloom than hope
MG Rover rescue hangs by thread
China deal 'only hope for Rover'
What will a Rover collapse mean?
MG Rover's fight for survival
Bad timing for Labour
The politics of building cars
Rover suppliers brace for pain
Who decides Rover's fate?
Whither Shanghai Automotive?
Phoenix Four's image
'Devastating news for all of us'
'Demoralised and deserted'
'My next boss will get a bargain'
Facing up to life after MG Rover
VIDEO AND AUDIO NEWS
Reports and reaction following the collapse of MG Rover
Readers' Rovers: For some, the love affair continues
Brakes on growth?
Midlands car part makers' desperate struggle for survival
What is in store for people who own MG Rover cars?
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