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September 11, 2012

The Next Three Chinese Industries that will outperform their US Counterparts

By 2017, 114 Chinese Industries will be outperforming their United States counterparts. Indre Bajoraite, Head of Industrial Research at Euromonitor, states that agriculture, plastics, rubber products, and chemicals are already larger industries in China than the United States. Bajoraite discusses the next three industries in China set to outperform the United States.

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