Putting on a Few Pounds

Yang, Echo
September 2010
Forbes Asia;Sep2010, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p58
The article presents information on the growth of Chinese sports-wear maker Li Ning Co. Ltd. The company's three-year run on the Best Under A Billion list of companies recently ended this year after it has outgrown revenues of 1.2 billion dollars. Hong Kong-listed shares of the company have risen 7% since its launch.


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