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Latest update : 2012-07-16

The Chinese beat the recession in Spain

In Spain, a group of entrepreneurs are beating the recession. One of their strengths is to overcome the obstacles the economic crisis has put in their way. Chinese entrepreneurs have moved in and begun the process of creating jobs. Today one in every four new businesses in Spain is Chinese. France 24's correspondent Adeline Percept has found these entrepreneurs have been able to see opportunities where others can only see problems.

By Sarah Morris , Clément PERROUAULT , Adeline PERCEPT

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