With sales and profits rising, Jaguar Land Rover says it will continue to invest in the U.K. CEO Ralf Speth says the auto maker invested significantly in the product-creation process and in its advanced-manufacturing sites in the past financial year, creating more than 3,000 jobs. “This commitment is set to continue with a sustained program of investment which will see us spend £2.8 billion ($4.2 billion) on new product, people and infrastructure in the (financial) year to ...

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