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Chinese family enterprises have seen much stronger growth than the global average and are bullish about growth in the next five years, said PwC.

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Advertising expenditure on mobile terminals will see a growth of 834% in China, which is about three times the global growth rate.

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Economy

Outlook brightens for small Delta exporters

Business will continue to improve for small and medium-sized exporters in the Pearl River Delta in the months ahead on the strength of increased seasonal demand from overseas buyers.

Companies

On track for high-speed growth

China CNR Corp Ltd is making a pitch to sell its high-speed trains to California, signaling China's growing export ambitions for its rail technology.

Industries

Report: Mobile advertising on a roll

Advertising expenditure on mobile terminals will see a growth of 834 percent in China, which is about three times the global growth rate, according to ZenithOptimedia.

Motoring

BYD drives 7-seater crossover S7 for family

Chinese carmaker BYD impressed the audience when its general manager Hou Yan and a team of six staff members filed out of a flashy brown S7.

Technology

Chinese tech firms eye top executives

As Chinese high-technology companies vie for market share all over the world, they are also trying to lure top executives from overseas competitors.

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Oxford can play a bigger role in reflecting change

Rana Mitter, director of the new Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre, believes China should now be seen as a plural noun rather than as a singular noun.

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