UPDATE 1-China to stimulate domestic demand, reduce surplus -Wen

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(Includes fresh quotes) By James Pomfret LONGBRIDGE, England, June 26 (Reuters) - China plans to stimulate domestic demand and reduce its foreign trade surplus to encourage balanced trade growth, premier Wen Jiabao said on Sunday during the British leg of a visit to Europe. He made the comments during a tour of the Chinese-owned Longbridge MG Motor factory in Birmingham, central England, where he unveiled the first new MG Motor model in 15 years. He also repeated his assurance that ...

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