Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP
Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP
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Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP
Housing inventories in China, or unsold residential property declined by just 5 per cent on a yearly basis in July and remained high at 432 million square metres. Photo: AP
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