China is the world’s most populous country and has become an advertising powerhouse.

The country’s advertising industry has grown by more than 100% in the past decade, with some estimates putting total revenue at around $5 billion a year.

But that revenue is growing at a rate that’s slow and unpredictable.

China’s advertising agencies are finding it harder to earn enough money to keep up with the ever-increasing demand from China’s consumers.

Advertising in China, for example, is increasingly seen as a luxury product in the country.

Advertising agencies in China are also struggling to keep pace with the growing number of internet-enabled devices, especially those that can be used to sell ads.

Advertisers are now also looking to mobile apps that allow them to place their ads on different devices and to use social media to promote their business.

The rise of social media has given Chinese companies the ability to reach consumers at an unprecedented scale.

And as social media plays a bigger role in the world economy, advertisers are looking to leverage the platform to reach their customers at an even bigger scale.

Ads can be viewed in the following three ways:On one hand, ads can be purchased for $1.49 on the Alibaba platform, which offers online shopping.

On the other hand, online sales can be paid for through mobile payments or through other payment methods.

In the United States, ads purchased through mobile payment are typically used in the mobile advertising space.

This means that most mobile ads are not purchased directly from an advertiser’s account, but are instead generated through a third-party vendor, which is then placed on a user’s device.

The mobile ad also often has no description and is not displayed in the browser or the mobile application.

The U.S. market is home to more than 10 billion mobile users, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

That number is expected to increase to 12.7 billion by 2020, according a report by research firm Digital Marketing Insights.

The report found that Chinese consumers spend more than $1 billion annually on mobile ads.

However, in the United Kingdom, advertising on mobile payments is less prevalent than in China.

In fact, the United Arab Emirates, which has a larger population and a more mature internet infrastructure, has the lowest percentage of mobile ad purchases of any country surveyed.

However, mobile ad spending in the UAE is expected increase by 10% in 2020 from the previous year, according the data.

While many countries are struggling to reach a sustainable revenue share of online advertising, China is in the process of becoming one of the most profitable online advertising markets.

China, with a population of 2.6 billion, has a GDP of $20.2 trillion.

That’s more than twice the GDP of the United states.

The country’s revenue from advertising grew by a staggering 100% between 2016 and 2017.

That means that China’s online advertising market has grown from $500 million to more like $1 trillion in one year.

The total amount of advertising revenue generated in China grew by 2,800% between 2014 and 2016.

In 2017, Chinese online advertising reached $6.5 billion.

According to the research firm iMarkets, China has more than 8,600 mobile advertising vendors and is home not only to mobile ads, but also to other mobile apps and digital content that are monetized through advertising.

For the first time, China’s mobile advertising market is now valued at more than 5 times the US’s, and is expected in 2020 to be valued at between $12.4 billion and $20 billion.