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Chinese FA Announces Five-Year, $14.5M Extension To CSL Deal With Ping An

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 23 / 17

Chinese insurance firm Ping An extended its title sponsorship of the Chinese Super League, with the Chinese FA announcing a five-year, 1B yuan ($14.5M) deal with the company on Monday, according to Michael Church of REUTERS. Ping An has been the league's title sponsor since '14 and CFA General ...

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