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Chanel. Jaguar Land Rover. HSBC. Qantas. All high-profile brands with a global reach. All very different in what they offer their customers. And all caught in the economic squeeze the outbreak of coronavirus is delivering around the globe.

Tata Motors earnings for the quarter ended 31 December 2019 show the dependence of the Indian automobile manufacturer on its British subsidiary, Jaguar Land Rover. With the Chinese economy in a virtual shutdown now Tata Motors might take a hit.

we have already. AAPL. Land Rover, Jaguar, Addidas, UAA, etc. So far UAA seems to be the only one folks care about.

Chanel. Jaguar Land Rover. HSBC. Qantas. All high-profile brands with a global reach. All very different in what they offer their customers. And all caught in the economic squeeze the outbreak of coronavirus is delivering around the globe

Jaguar Land Rover is flying auto parts made in China to its European factories instead of relying on slow-moving cargo ships, as the coronavirus outbreak puts a dent in its supply chain.

Jaguar Land Rover is flying auto parts made in China to its European factories as the coronavirus puts a dent in its supply chain. But its CEO says it's too soon to say whether that will be enough to keep those assembly lines open and building cars.

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Jaguar Land Rover to invest £1 billion to build a new range of electric cars in Britain, protecting 2,500 jobs and, according to its CEO, creating “a powerhouse of electrification in the Midlands".

The fact that Jaguar Land Rover is expanding in Slovakia makes a mockery of both Brexiters' claim that the sackings here have nothing to do with Brexit *and* Jeremy Corbyn's argument about state aid.

Blimey - Jaguar Land Rover has shifted all production of its Land Rover Discovery to Slovakia originally was to be also produced in Solihull... Corbyn raised it to PM at G7 questions

NEW: Jaguar Land Rover boss Ralph Speth, at the same event as the PM tells Sky News that no Deal Brexit could hit its profits by £1.2bn... said he is “very very concerned” by the prospect of cross channel blockages on supply chains “stopping the production lines”

He runs Jaguar Land Rover. We now live in a country where people think Peter Bone & Nadine Dorries have a better grasp of the international automotive industry than he does.

Jaguar Land Rover chief executive: “If I’m forced to go out because we don’t have the right deal, then we have to close plants here in the UK and it will be very, very sad.”

The sooner we accept that Owen Paterson & Jacob Rees Mogg know much more about running Jaguar Land Rover than the bloke who runs Jaguar Land Rover, the better for all concerned.

Somehow the managed to cover the dire manufacturing figures and the Jaguar Land Rover shift to Slovakia without the word Brexit being used.

Jaguar Land Rover'>Visited Jaguar Land Rover factory. The focus on technology, quality & innovation was impressive. @Jaguar  @LandRover 

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