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Jaguar Land Rover aims to combat skills shortage with ex-military hires


The fast growing UK auto industry is faced with a huge shortage of skilled workers. Part of the strategy is to bridge the gap by also tapping into ex-military personnel, made redundant by Britain’s reduction of armed forces. Jaguar, Britain’s premium automaker owned by India's Tata Motors, has devised a program specifically tailored to ex-military, as it aims to tap skilled ...
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November sales: Jaguar Land Rover has strong gains
The premium manufacturer from UK has posted impressive results for its two brands in November, with sales for Jaguar up 55% and for Land Rover a good 20%. Jaguar Land Rover ...
Jaguar Land Rover will start Brazilian production in 2016
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