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China Property: A Tough “Bubble” to Pop

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Tue, 30 Jul 2013

I recently came across an old newspaper article from February 1989 that described Beijing’s residential property “bubble,” with average selling prices then of about US$430 to US$510 per square meter. The article went on to say that, given that the average college-educated worker typically saved les

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