Fast Break

Flannery, Russell; Chen, Maggie; Qi, Patrick
November 2009
Forbes Asia;11/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 17, p60
The article focuses on Lou Ming, the owner of the Guangsha Lions from Hangzhou of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). It is stated that his family owns the Guangsha Group, which is a construction group worth 650 million dollars. The company ranks 146 in this year's China Rich List. It is stated that the Chinese sports has improved after the entry of Lou. He believes that sports in China need more support from entrepreneurs.


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