By Nick Mulvenney BEIJING, April 30 (Reuters) - Confirmation this week that the HSBC Champions would remain in Shanghai for the next two years was a timely indication that China could retain big international sports events and sponsors in troubled economic times. Even before the dark clouds of the global financial downturn started to appear on the horizon, China was already shedding major golf tournaments from its sporting calendar. In 2007, the mainland hosted five tournaments ...
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