A Comparative Study of Sports Industry Between China and Developed Countries
China is a populous country, accounting for about one-fifth of the world’s population. China has great potential in economic development of sports industry in the future. But there is a large gap between China and other developed countries in the sports industry. How to bridge the gap becomes an important issue to solve. This article makes a comparative analysis of the current situation between China and other developed countries. At the same time, some impact factors are summed and development strategy is provided, which is reference for the healthy development of China’s sports industry.
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