*WPP's China sales flat in H1 this year. SHANGHAI, Sept 29- China's business climate is the toughest it's been for three decades for international firms, Martin Sorrell, head of the world's largest advertising firm WPP Plc, told Reuters on Thursday. WPP's own revenues in China were flat in the first six months of the year, Sorrell said in an interview at its Shanghai...
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