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What Do Rich, Young Chinese Want?

China’s private sector will see many changes in the next decade as the largely foreign-educated children of first-generation entrepreneurs take over the family business. The WSJ's Wei Gu talks to Francis Ping of Relay China about they can be a useful domestic resource for China. Copyright 2013, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

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