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Tata denies Jaguar Land Rover sale is close to completion
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11th May 2019
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Tata denies Jaguar Land Rover sale is close to completion

The Press Association claims it has seen a "post-sale integration document" that's making its way around Jaguar Land Rover. The document reportedly talks about cost savings which will be achieved after the British automaker is sold to the PSA Group, which currently operates the Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Opel and Vauxhall marques. One source told the Press Association "things are moving quickly behind closed doors".
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PSA open to a Jaguar Land Rover takeover - report
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9th Apr 2019
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PSA open to a Jaguar Land Rover takeover - report

Peugeot Citroen has confirmed it's considering a merger with (or acquisition of) struggling Jaguar Land Rover, provided the British marques wouldn't prove too much of a distraction. Speaking with Autocar India, PSA Group boss Carlos Tavares said the company is "considering all opportunities" when it comes to takeovers and mergers. He confirmed it would be good for PSA to have a luxury brand under its umbrella, too, arguing "if there are opportunities, of course, we will consider it".
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2019 Peugeot 208 spied again
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12th Jan 2019
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2019 Peugeot 208 spied again

The next-generation Peugeot 208 has been spied on the snowy roads of Europe this week, ahead of an anticipated reveal at the Geneva motor show in March. As we've seen from previous prototypes, the new-gen 208 will be larger than the current model, and incorporate various design elements inspired by the company's latest aesthetic theme, meaning it should bear a strong resemblance to the 3008, 508 and 5008.
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PSA to cut 240 jobs at Vauxhall factory
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26th Nov 2018
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PSA to cut 240 jobs at Vauxhall factory

The PSA Group has announced another round of job cuts, this time at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port facility in northwest England. As reported by industry journal Automotive News Europe, it's the third round of cuts for the former GM-owned British brand, after it announced 400 axings at the site in October last year, and a further 250 in January – at the time of the first announcement, there were around 1900 people employed at the Ellesmere factory.
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