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Economy

China's nonprofits mushrooming, but lack qualified people

Only one-tenth of the country's foundations are run professionally, expert says

Tencent mobilized WeChat users to donate to its annual online charity event, "99 Charity Day," on Sept. 7 to 9.

HONG KONG -- China's growing economy has given rise to a motley crowd of wealthy people, encouraging the business of giving for social causes. But a lack of expertise is retarding the country's philanthropic undertakings, according to an industry expert.

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