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China pushes indoor slopes ahead of Winter Games

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China pushes indoor slopes ahead of Winter Games

China pushes indoor slopes ahead of Winter Games

China hopes to turn 300 million people into skiers and snowboarders in the coming years as it seeks to generate interest in the sport before the 2022 Winter Olympics and eyes a sector expected to reach 1 trillion yuan ($149.19 billion) in value by 2025.


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