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Motoring Fact Monday: Delve into the historic day that helped save Jaguar

In July 1966, the British Motor Corporation and Jaguar announced they were to merge as British Motor Holdings – a move that secured the future of the iconic British manufacturers

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Production line halted in its tracks

A key guage of the investment plans of US manufacturers has stagnated, hit by a strong dollar, weak demand from overseas.

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US durable goods orders slid 22 per cent in May

WASHINGTON - Orders to US factories for long-lasting manufactured goods dropped in May, reversing two months of gains and delivering more bad news for American manufacturers

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Manufacturing in New York contracts in May

WASHINGTON - Factory activity in New York shrank in May after expanding for two months, as manufacturers received fewer orders and shipments fell

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Kittens saved from car scrap crusher

A litter of kittens are found in a car due to be crushed at a scrap yard in Lincolnshire

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Vauxhall Motors and most of motor industry in favour of remaining in European Union

New poll of manufacturers and suppliers sees value in shunning a 'Brexit'

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Japanese companies rein in spending plans

Big manufacturers show some resilience in BoJ’s latest tankan

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Manufacturers remain wary of borrowing from banks - putting the growth of the sector at risk

A report out today by EEF reveals manufacturers are shunning the banks in favour of self-financing investment projects

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Internet ban lifted in Gandhinagar and Vadodara as police contain Patel riot

The temporary ban was put in place after sporadic incidents of violence in some parts of the state following the arrest of Patel quota leader Hardik Patel

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Internet ban lifted in Gandhinagar and Vadodara as police contain Patel riot

The temporary ban was put in place after sporadic incidents of violence in some parts of the state following the arrest of Patel quota leader Hardik Patel

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UK aerospace industry hit by slowdown

The British aerospace industry is stuck in a holding pattern as Boeing and Airbus, the world’s biggest aircraft manufacturers, signal.

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Kittens saved from car scrap crusher

A litter of kittens are found in a car due to be crushed at a scrap yard in Lincolnshire

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Shocking moment homeless man is tipped into bin lorry crusher

The shocking moment a homeless man is tipped into a bin lorry rubbish compacter

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North west manufacturers’ share of M&A grows

Analysis by national law firm Irwin Mitchell of data provided by Experian has highlighted that 141 deals completed in the region during 2015

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Net makers afforded scant protective cover

Global market makes life tough for manufacturers in Africa

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NorthEdge backs MBO of Belfield Furnishings

Founded in 2002, Belfield is the UK’s largest white label manufacturer of home furnishings and one of Europe’s largest manufacturers

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Communal tension erupts in Vadodara, India

Communal tension erupts in Vadodara, IndiaViolence erupted in Vadodara in the state of Gujarat after municipal authorities demolished a "dargah" (Muslim shrine) The shrine was an unauthorised structure that was obstructing a road-widening.

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Porsche Cayenne V8 was stolen, stripped and thrown in a crusher in Newmarket

The loss of the Porsche Cayenne V6 was reported to the police after it was apparently taken on the border between Essex and London

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Self-driving convoys of autonomous lorries that 'speak' arrive in Rotterdam

More than a dozen self-driving trucks (pictured) made by six of Europe's largest manufacturers arrived in Rotterdam in so-called 'truck platoons'

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What’s driving the great global manufacturers’ vehicle recall?

Toyota has become the latest major carmaker forced to take back vehicles in order to repair faults Is is because modern vehicles are so complex? Or has regulation toughened up? David Connett looks under the bonnet

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Manufacturers remain wary of borrowing from banks - putting the growth of the sector at risk

A report out today by EEF reveals manufacturers are shunning the banks in favour of self-financing investment projects

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