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Asia | 19 September 2017 China's Property Market Cools, Downtrend now Established
China's property market continued to slow in August, with prices rising by just 0.2% month-on- month seasonally adjusted, half the July pace.

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19 September 2017 China's Property Market Cools, Downtrend now Established

By Freya Beamish

China's property market continued to slow in August, with prices rising by just 0.2% month-on- month seasonally adjusted, half the July pace.

Posted: 18th Sep 2017 in 'Asia'

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