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Meet the billionaire who stung Apple in China last year

By Bloomberg
20 March 2017   |   8:51 am
Duan Yongping is the reclusive billionaire who founded Oppo and Vivo, the twin smartphone brands that dealt Apple a stinging defeat in China last year.

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