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China's firms refocus on domestic market over exports

The British Prime Minister David Cameron is in China to help UK companies tap into the world's second largest economy.

But he will find a country that is changing fast - Chinese firms are shifting their focus away from mass market goods for export.

Now they are hungry for the high-end expertise that will help them sell more goods to their own, increasingly sophisticated consumers.

The BBC's Juliana Liu reports from the southern province of Guangdong.

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  • 02 Dec 2013
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