US/CHINA: Automakers' 'lift-and-shift' aspirations extend beyond MG Rover
Here in Britain, motor industry watchers have been observing China's Nanjing Automobile Association 'lift and shift' the bones of Longbridge - packing up and shifting to its native land assembly equipment once used to make MG Rover cars even as it signs a 33-year lease for part of the facility.
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