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Jaguar Land Rover is facing stiff headwinds in the U.

K. and in China but the automaker sees the U.S. as a relative oasis.

Plummeting China sales, Brexit tremors and tightening European emissions rules forced JLR parent Tata Motors. to take a record $3.9 billion writedown last year. But while global deliveries fell 4.6 percent, Jaguar Land Rover's 2018 sales in the U.S. rose 7.3 percent to a record of almost 123,000 vehicles.

JLR's top executive in the U.S., Joe Eberhardt, is aiming for a repeat performance this year.



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