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PRESS KIT: MAKING THE MINI AT OXFORD

On 11th July 2001 the "Opening Event" refering to the production of the new MINI will take place at Oxford. Attached you will find the the press kit for downloading.

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1. Welcome to BMW Group Plant Oxford: Dr. Herbert Diess, Managing Director 2. Making MINI with a £230 million investment in Britain: Summary of the manufacturing story 3. Did you know?: Some fascinating MINI production facts 4. Making the MINI in detail: Description of the full manufacturing process 5. The new MINI in green: Environmental manufacturing 6. MINI people care: Training to produce an outstanding car 7. Oxford's motoring heritage: A brief history of car manufacture in the city

On 11th July 2001 the "Opening Event" refering to the production of the new
MINI will take place at Oxford. Attached you will find the the press kit for
downloading.

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