LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Chinese carmaker Nanjing Automobile said on Tuesday it planned to revive production at the former MG Rover assembly plant in central England by 2007 and create 1,200 jobs at the site. Nanjing, which bought the assets of the former iconic British carmaker after its collapse in April, said in a statement it hoped to produce 100,000 cars per year within 5 years at MG Rover's Longbridge plant. "At the moment, we believe we can create up to 1,200 jobs at Longbridge ...
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