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The Chinese government has given the green light to plans by Llewelyn-Davies, Arup and airport consultant Speedwing for a new £200 million airport terminal at Chongqing. The competition-winning design was backed by deputy prime minister John Prescott who wrote to the Chinese on behalf of the team. The terminal will serve the 31 million-strong population of the city state.

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