Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP
Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Asia may have the edge in battling the coronavirus, but property prices don’t reflect the severity of the crisis

  • The assumption that Asia will be first in, first out of the virus-induced downturn is questionable, as it is still unclear how quickly China’s economy can resume without triggering a rise in new infections

Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP
Masked shoppers cross the road near a deserted shopping district in Beijing on March 22. China is striving to restore activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Photo: AP
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