Eight cities in China step on house-prices brake

26 Sep 2017

Eight cities in China announced stronger steps to slow down the rate at which house prices rise, and so deflate what some call a property-price bubble. The news reinforced the prevailing wisdom, namely that cooling measures will remain in place well into 2018, undermining the possibility of a genuine recovery in the market for online real estate sites.

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Tom Marling

Tom is a PhD candidate in Chinese History at Hong Kong Baptist University, and former PR consultant in Mainland China. He joined the AIM Group in 2016 as a writer/analyst.