Leyland closure British Leyland’s small assembly plant employing 200 at Malines, in Belgium, is to close in December. a company spokesman said yesterday in London.
The main Belgian assembly plant at Seneffe is not affected. Malines has been producing a small number of Triumph Spitfires, and dates from independent Triumph Motor days. But it is considered too small to be economic, the company stated.
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