(Adds detail, background) LONDON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Chinese carmaker Nanjing Automobile took a 33-year lease on Wednesday on the former MG Rover plant at Longbridge, central England, and said it still hoped to revive production at the site. "This means we can move forward with our business plan to build cars at Longbridge. The MG brand is famous and we are proud to project it into an exciting future," Nanjing UK Chairman Wang Hongbiao said in a statement. Property developer St. Modwen ...
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