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Businessman Tries to Kickstart Chinese Horse Racing

by WSJ Live 2:07 mins

Businessman Tries to Kickstart Chinese Horse Racing

by WSJ Live 2:07 mins

Wealthy Chinese businessman Ren Ningning is breeding horses and hosting races in hopes that China will soon have a horse racing industry like the U.S. or the U.K. But there's one thing missing: gambling.

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