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Manchester United sponsorship helps Gulf Oil build Chinese empire

英国曼切斯特——3月14日电:2016年3月14日,曼联和海湾石油公司合作项目启动仪式在英国曼彻斯特 Aon训练基地举行,海湾石油公司国际副总裁 Frank Rutten 在启动仪式上发表讲话。(照片由 Matthew Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images 提供)

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