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  • China's grey market moves online
  • China's grey market moves online
    Giulio M ©
SIGNAL

China's grey market moves online

Almost 50% of Chinese citizens have access to the internet, and the number of Chinese users will be double the entire US population by 2016. Companies are fighting for online market share, and they're increasingly recognising the importance of the 'grey' segment.

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