Dear sir,

Why "will more" is used in the sentences below instead of "will be more"?
Is "will more" a dialect spoken locally in America?
Do they make any difference in meaning?
Will the meanings remain unchanged If I replace "will more" with "will be more" in the below sentences?

A). Internet advertising in the US will more than double to US$50.3 billion in 2011 from $21.7 billion last year, driven by technology investments, according to a study by research firm Yankee Group.

B).Trends further ahead are typically harder to predict. Still, the Pew Center projects that in 2050, 19 percent of Americans will be foreign-born; that the share of Hispanic residents will more than double to 29 percent from 14 percent in 2005; and that the proportion of Asians will almost double, from 5 percent to 9 percent.

Your advice will be very much appreciated!
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