The company responsible for assessing MG Rover while in bankruptcy protection, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, says it cannot afford to pay dealers for repair work for the first two years of the cars' three-year warranties. The third year is covered via a third party, which may also be faulted if MG Rover doesn't pay the underwriter. Bad times for the workers and owners.


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