Telling China's fortune in the year of the horse

In business, finance and the economy, ten major trends will define China’s performance this lunar year.

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Performers do the horse dance on the eve of the Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, at a park fair in Beijing, China, 30 January 2014. The Year of the Horse, according to the symbol of the 12 year cycle of animals, began last night. (AAP)

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