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Jaguar Land Rover to Build Cars at New China Plant, Financial Times Says
By Abigail Moses - Nov 6, 2010 8:40 AM GMT
Jaguar and Rover plans to build more than 50,000 cars a year from a new plant in China that will employ 5,000 people, the Financial Times reported, citing Chief Executive Officer Ralf Speth.
The project could begin “immediately” if the company reaches a joint-venture deal with a Chinese partner, Speth told the FT. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron may press Chinese political leaders to approve the project quickly when he visits next week, the newspaper said.

Things are certainly shifting East at a furious pace.

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http://www.bloomberg...times-says.html

Jaguar Land Rover to Build Cars at New China Plant, Financial Times Says
By Abigail Moses - Nov 6, 2010 8:40 AM GMT
Jaguar and Rover plans to build more than 50,000 cars a year from a new plant in China that will employ 5,000 people, the Financial Times reported, citing Chief Executive Officer Ralf Speth.
The project could begin "immediately" if the company reaches a joint-venture deal with a Chinese partner, Speth told the FT. U.K.
Prime Minister David Cameron may press Chinese political leaders to approve the project quickly when he visits next week
, the newspaper said.

Things are certainly shifting East at a furious pace.

Jaguar owned by Tata who are now one of Cameron's string pullers:

"On Thursday he reported Indian businessman Ratan Tata and the boss of Sony, Sir Howard Stringer, were the latest names to join the group.

Mr Tata is the head of Tata Group, India's largest conglomerate which owns Jaguar, Land Rover and Tetley Tea.

Mr Cameron told a meeting of business leaders at Downing Street: "I want to be absolutely clear - this is very much a pro-business, pro-enterprise, pro-competition Government.

"We want to work with you to deliver the agenda that will bring growth."

http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Business/David-Cameron-Unveils-Business-Advisory-Group-With-Ratan-Tata-Sir-Howard-Stringer-Justin-King/Article/201010115749514?lpos=Business_First_Poilitics_Article_Teaser_Regi_0&lid=ARTICLE_15749514_David_Cameron_Unveils_Business_Advisory_Group_With_Ratan_Tata%2C_Sir_Howard_Stringer%2C_Justin_King

What sort of growth is he talking about? Growth to the contents of his wallet or jobs growth in the UK?

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Growth in China. We have to help them grow so we can benefit from it blah blah blah.

He's just hoping to get some crumbs off the table, which he won't

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Prime Minister David Cameron may press Chinese political leaders to approve the project quickly when he visits next week,

Just to clarify, the BRITISH PM now works directly for Mr TATA of INDIA (and no doubt with a rather large home in Londinium for reasons which are now abundantly clear) in his attempts to make money for himself out of the Chinese market. Does Mr TATA even have a VOTE in the UK?

Whilst at the same time Dave is telling unemployed workers in the UK (due to these exact same policies) that they will be FORCED to work on chain gangs?

I wondered what he meant by Big Society and We're All In This Together.

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-11-06/jaguar-land-rover-to-build-cars-at-new-china-plant-financial-times-says.html

Jaguar Land Rover to Build Cars at New China Plant, Financial Times Says
By Abigail Moses - Nov 6, 2010 8:40 AM GMT
Jaguar and Rover plans to build more than 50,000 cars a year from a new plant in China that will employ 5,000 people, the Financial Times reported, citing Chief Executive Officer Ralf Speth.
The project could begin “immediately” if the company reaches a joint-venture deal with a Chinese partner, Speth told the FT. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron may press Chinese political leaders to approve the project quickly when he visits next week, the newspaper said.

Things are certainly shifting East at a furious pace.

British workers cutting their own throats:

Workers at Jaguar Land Rover have voted to accept a two year pay deal securing jobs at sites in Halewood, Castle Bromwich and Solihull.

The deal will see pay increase by 5% this year and by 0.5% above inflation in 2011……………

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-11702116

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What on Earth does a Chinaman need a Jaguar for!

He'll only be smoking , whoring, and gambling in it !

Thankyou Moneypenny!

I see it all now! :huh:

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British workers cutting their own throats:

Workers at Jaguar Land Rover have voted to accept a two year pay deal securing jobs at sites in Halewood, Castle Bromwich and Solihull.

The deal will see pay increase by 5% this year and by 0.5% above inflation in 2011……………

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-11702116

Or theyre getting a wage related to the cost of living a life above that of just over that of a subsistence factory worker.

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Just to clarify, the BRITISH PM now works directly for Mr TATA of INDIA (and no doubt with a rather large home in Londinium for reasons which are now abundantly clear) in his attempts to make money for himself out of the Chinese market. Does Mr TATA even have a VOTE in the UK?

Whilst at the same time Dave is telling unemployed workers in the UK (due to these exact same policies) that they will be FORCED to work on chain gangs?

I wondered what he meant by Big Society and We're All In This Together.

I wouldn't read too much into the article.

It is likely a translation from Hindi produced by an off shore contract journalism firm located in Chennai.

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