A view of Canton Tower and Haixinsha Island in Guangzhou on December 5, 2017. Photo: Xinhua

Prices of China’s new homes grow at the weakest pace in eight months as purchase curbs bite hard amid a slowing economy

  • The slowdown was mainly dragged by second and third-tier cities, while first-tier cities staged a rebound to hit the highest in more than two years
  • Weak price data could vindicate more policy easing this year as Beijing tried to prop up domestic demand
Topic |   China home price

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A view of Canton Tower and Haixinsha Island in Guangzhou on December 5, 2017. Photo: Xinhua
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