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5 million is being invested into the SAIC Motor UK European design centre at Longbridge which will see it double in size.
5 million outlay on the plant's European Design Centre, with investment in the engine test centre and the factory ahead of the launch of a new diesel version of the MG6 later this year.
It employs around 5,000 staff at its ultra-productive Sunderland plant, a further 40 at the European design centre in Paddington, west London, and 500 at its technical centre in Cranfield, Bedfordshire.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who visited the company's European Design Centre in West London yesterday, said the decision would bolster the UK's manufacturing sector.
The decision was announced during a visit by Prime Minister Gordon Brown to the firm's European Design Centre in London, where he met Nissan president and chief executive Carlos Ghosn.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown today revealed the decision during a visit to Nissan's European Design Centre in central London.
Apparently, Hyundai's European design centre worked closely with Bayer Material Science, Keiper and LG Electronics, to create this concept, called the HED 5 i-mode, and move some of the radical feat ures it encompasses closer to the marketplace.
The Mazda Hakaze is a four-seat coupe-style compact crossover SUV designed at Mazda's European Design Centre and aimed at people in their thirties and forties who lead active, adventurous lifestyles.