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Automotive News, Late January, 2020

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Concerns have been raised over the future of the Vauxhall car plant in Ellesmere Port after its owners announced the next version of the Astra will not be built there, but in Germany instead.

The Rüsselsheim plant, which shares Astra production with Ellesmere Port, has been awarded the next variant of the model, which has traditionally been built at the Cheshire plant for sale in the UK and for export in the European markets badged as Opel.

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Triumph Motorcycles has formally launched a long-term partnership with Bajaj Auto India which will enable it to enter crucial new territories across the globe.

Triumph will work with the Pune-based company to design, engineer, and manufacture a range of mid-capacity motorcycles.

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