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Golf Grows as Big Business in Capital
2005-6-11 20:50:51
Golf has become big business in China for rising middle class to spend money on.

Visitors look at golf clubs on display at an international golf trade fair in Beijing Friday June 10, 2005. Many foreign manufacturers are exhibiting products at the three day show, the 4th of its kind to be held in Beijing. 

Golf has become big business in China as increasingly wealthy urban residents look for new leisure activities to spend their money on.

(Source/Photo: AP)

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