A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP
A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
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Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

The coronavirus outbreak could bring China’s property investment market back to earth

  • The disconnect between China’s investment and occupier markets has become less sustainable since the outbreak hit an already vulnerable economy, though some investors will take heart from the prospect of more aggressive stimulus measures

A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP
A man walks in front of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, which is projecting the message: “Wuhan, keep going”. China’s efforts to contain the spread of the new coronavirus first detected in Wuhan are giving a shock to the country’s economy. Photo: AFP
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Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro is a partner at Lauressa Advisory, a specialist London-based real estate and macroeconomic advisory firm. He is an expert on advanced and emerging economies and a regular commentator on financial and macro-political developments.