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Key messages from the World Congress in L.A.

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 25 / 16

T he people, thoughts and comments that stood out during the CAA World Congress of Sports in Los Angeles earlier this month: > MOST POWERFUL THEME: We’re heard for years about the promise of China as a force in sports, and the wo...

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