MINISTRY SUPPORTS INVESTMENT IN FOOTBALL FACILITIES

China is encouraging a market-orientated approach in developing football fields and related facilities, treating investors from all countries and sectors equally, said Meng Wei, a spokeswoman for the National Development and Reform Commission.

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