Substantial losses are being incurred by Standard-Triumph International which will not be made good by the end of the financial year to next August, although later in this year the company expects to be operating at a profit. Bank facilities have been made available to meet the current trading position. These facts are revealed in a letter to Leyland stockholders from Mr Henry Spurrier, chairman of Leyland Motors.
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