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A jar of Polish preserved vegetables is taken from a shelf at a corner shop in west London November 13, 2006. If an alien visited London, he could be forgiven for thinking the sign "Tu Kupisz Polskie Produkty" was a local greeting meaning "come in", "welcome" or perhaps "open for business". The phrase, which loosely translates as "Buy Polish Goods Here", is stuck up outside shop after shop -- a reflection of the purchasing power of Britain's newest wave of migrants. Picture taken November 13, 2006. To match feature BRITAIN POLES REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)