Understanding Chinaâ€™s Consumers
AbstractChinaâ€™s consumers are better understood when looked at as two distinct classes: urban consumers and rural consumers. The urban households are much richer than their rural counterparts and consume three times more.
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china; consumers; urban; consumers; households; rural; counterparts; classes; japan;
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