Chinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng YangpengChinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng Yangpeng
Chinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng Yangpeng
Zhang Lin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhang Lin

Why China’s housing market bubble won’t burst any time soon

  • Some analysts are predicting the economy will implode, but the country’s economic and social model and its ongoing urbanisation drive make a home price collapse unlikely

Chinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng YangpengChinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng Yangpeng
Chinese are still keen to buy property after the housing marketisation of the late 1990s. Photo: Zheng Yangpeng
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