As Taxes Take Hold, China Housing Market Witnesses Mad Shopping Spree
Other cities from Nanjing to Guangzhou are reportedly considering doing the same thing to curb the hottest real estate market in Asia. Sales of new homes, excluding government-subsidized affordable housing, totaled 1.2 trillion yuan ($194 billion …
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