By Tim Hepher and Elizabeth Pineau WUHAN, China, Oct 27 (Reuters) - French President Jacques Chirac departed from the usual trail for a foreign head of state to visit the central Chinese industrial city of Wuhan on Friday, continuing a four-day state visit that opened with a huge Airbus plane order in Beijing. Watched by crowds unused to the diplomatic pomp which is an almost daily part of life in Beijing, Chirac flew into the port city of 8 million people to boost French efforts to tap ...
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