There are reports today that new MG plant in Ardmore may be in doubt.
National Public Radio is reporting a Nanjing/MG executive says there's no more plans with the Oklahoma plant.
NPR says the company is looking into possible ventures in America, but there's nothing on the table in Oklahoma.
The first MG coupe was supposed to roll off the line at a manufacturing facility at the Ardmore air park. The deal would bring close to 450 jobs to the area.
We're told Ardmore Develoment Authority president Wes Stucky is on his way to the state chamber as we speak. The state commerce department is expected to release a statement later today.
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