Staff
Jan 25, 2017

China's #1 digital advertising concern

Leading experts weigh in on transparency in China’s fractured and obscured digital advertising landscape. With multiple players and layered relationships and fast evolving technology as its bedrock, Campaign Asia explores how solving transparency can also be an opportunity for marketers.

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