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Software Giant SAP Seeks Growth in China

Business-software maker SAP expects China to become one of its biggest growth engines. Its president for Greater China, Mark Gibbs, tells the WSJ’s Juro Osawa how the German company is helping major Chinese clients manage their payroll, customer-base, supply-chain and other operations. Copyright 2014, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

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