The U.K.'s Accountancy Investigation and Discipline Board said that it is looking into the audit and advisor work that Deloitte performed for bankrupted car manufacturer MG Rover.

In April, MG Rover filed for bankruptcy under a debt of more than $2.5 billion, forcing the company to close its production plant and more than 5,000 workers to lose their jobs. The investigation by the AIDB, the country's top accounting regulator, is separate from an ongoing review that the Department of Trade and Industry began in May looking into the causes behind MG Rover's collapse.

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