BusinessBusiness RecoveryPwC lines up MG Rover bidder shortlist

PwC lines up MG Rover bidder shortlist

MG Rover could have lifeline, with a shortlist of bidders interested in the collapsed business

The possibility of car production resuming at MG Rover’s Longbridge plant has been narrowly extended, according to the car manufacturers’ administrator, PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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PwC said it was considering proposals from five potential buyers, two for the MG sportscar business, MGTF, and three for the rest of the business – although it refused to reveal who the bidders were.

‘We have examined the funds and identified a series of bidders, and we will go from there’, a spokeswoman said.

The company collapsed in April with the loss of more than 5,500 jobs.

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