The 109-storey Citic Tower, also known as China Zun, dominates Beijing skyline at 528 metres above ground. Photo:tallinnovation.com

China’s skyscraper developers have to pay for their vanity as the frenzy to scale new heights lead to record-breaking vacancies

  • Obsession with skyscrapers has produced more than half of world’s 100 tallest towers in China
  • Office vacancy rates in 17 major Chinese cities are already at the highest in a decade, according to CBRE
Topic |   China economy

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The 109-storey Citic Tower, also known as China Zun, dominates Beijing skyline at 528 metres above ground. Photo:tallinnovation.com
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