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China Property

China’s property market has surged in recent years. After prices jumped 25 per cent in 2009 alone, the central government imposed austerity measures, including lending curbs, higher mortgage rates and restrictions on the number of homes each family can buy.

Despite a strong start to the year, demand is expected to slow amid a lack of strong stimulus and regulatory tightening in some cities

China’s booming property market seen cooling off in coming months

The recovery in China’s housing market may be fragile, with the current cyclical rally likely to end by the second or third quarter of this year as prospects diminish for further strong stimulus and selective regulatory tightening drags on demand, analysts say.

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