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Social entrepreneurship takes off in China
by Juliana Liu
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23 September 2012
On 23 September 2012 BBC News reported:
In China, social entrepreneurship is a growing trend. Unlike non-profit organizations, social enterprises must aim to be money-making and self-sustaining. But while they make money, often they make less money than regular businesses, and they re-invest the profits in a related charity, targeting social problems.
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