By Fang Yan NANJING, China, March 27 (Reuters) - A venerable British motor brand was reborn in a gritty Chinese industrial suburb on Tuesday as state-owned Nanjing Automobile Group rolled out its first MG sports cars and saloons. A racing green MG TF two-seater convertible, a copy of the popular original British model, was unveiled at a plant in the eastern city of Nanjing -- the first Made-in-China MG car. Nanjing Auto, a medium-sized car maker that began life as a military garage in ...
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