Administrators for MG Rover have been appointed administrators for eight more affiliates of the collapsed car group.
The companies from across Europe were sales outlets for the UK carmaker, and will continue to trade for the time being, PwC said.
Tony Lomas, joint administrator said: ‘Our appointments as administrators to all of the National Sales Companies across Europe should enable us to handle local customer and dealer issues in a more constructive manner.
‘Additionally, it will ensure the supply of left-hand drive vehicles to the market is carried out in a controlled way for the benefit of all concerned.’
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