BusinessBusiness RecoveryNAO to criticise DTI over Rover

NAO to criticise DTI over Rover

Government spending watchdog to criticise £6.5m loan in report due out this week

The NAO is to stick the boot into the DTI over MG Rover, reports have
suggested.

The payment of a £6.5m loan to the company when it was in administration,
which allowed the company to keep going for a week, is thought to be the focus
of the criticism, according to reports.

The NAO report is due this week.

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