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22 Oct 2020
Amanaci, a female jaguar, is receiving stem cell treatments by the veterinary team of the Nex Institute in Brazil, after she suffered third-degree burns in the fires that ravaged the Brazilian Pantanal.
11 Sep 2019
British carmaker Jaguar unveils the new Land Rover Defender at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The Defender will start at $43,000.
9 Feb 2019
Tata Motors Ltd., the Indian owner of Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc, reported the biggest quarterly loss in the country’s corporate history because of a charge stemming from a slump in China’s car market.
29 Mar 2018
Ralf Speth, chief executive officer at Jaguar Land Rover, discusses their partnership with Waymo, electric vehicles, view on tariffs and impact of Brexit.

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