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An exhaustive account of the UK car industry since 1945. Once a world leader in automotive technology and production, the industry teetered on the brink of outright extinction. But following successive waves of investment from firstly Japanese car-makers, and more latterly India’s Tata group, the country is now manufacturing more cars than it has done for generations. In continental Europe however, there is the fear that some major manufacturers are entering their own death spiral.

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