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In the hearts of Birmingham, amids the concrete jungle is a grand pogoda carved from a Chinese stone. It's a gift from a family forever grateful for the opportunity they founded here.

What does the pogoda symbolize to you?

Uh, it shows it brings a lot of Chinese culture. These places are to be local people in Birmingham really.

The Yips made that fortune in food for them, the arrival of the Chinese Prime Minister in their hometown could bring further riches.

I think it's a great endorsement of Birmingham, uh, it shows about there's a lot of potential in Birmingham, and I think he's also by doing that, encouraging more investment into the city, and also into the UK.

Wen Jiabao leads the fastest growing economy in the world. The first stop on his UK visit: Birmingham and MG car plants, once home to Rover, now Shanghai automotive. Optimistists see the opportunity that goes beyond this new and nitch business.

When he told us the need investment in infrastructure, in automotive technologies, financial services, town planning. Those of sort of things are looking to buy from world's, and in fact that he chose to come to Birmingham region, show us we've struck accord.

Currently China is the UK's second largest trade partner outside the EU. Last year, trade between the two countries was worth more than 31 billion pounds. China spent 10.8 billion on products and services made by UK firms. That's up just over 40% on previous year.

One of the most intriguing aspects of this visit is the possibility of Chinese involvement in high-speedII, the super-fast rail link which will rejuvenate this old railway station and mean that London is just 45 minutes away. It's controversial what the Chinese influence might be isn't yet clear, but it indicates the significant change. It was once in Britain, particularly in Birmingham, there was a workshop of the world, now global trade is dominated by three words sharing the huge profit they generate can go far beyond to Beijing.

Lisa Dowd, Skynews, Birmingham.
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