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BMW to make electric Mini in UK after securing millions in government funding

Decision will secure 4,000 jobs at Oxford plant and strengthen UK’s electric vehicle production

BMW will unveil plans on Monday to build its next-generation electric Mini in Oxford after securing a government funding package, in a move that will secure 4,000 jobs.

The decision by the German carmaker to invest in the Oxford plant is the result of “extensive” engagement with the UK government, according to the Department for Business and Trade. It is understood the commitment was made after the government promised tens of millions of taxpayer funds.

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