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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 24 / 17

TOM ELSDEN  is the senior client manager for Shanghai-based digital marketing agency Mailman Sports. His agency on Thursday released the sixth edition of its Red Card report, which assessed 53 European teams' presence in China across eight different metrics. The 23-page report reveal...

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