Residential buildings seen coming up in Dalian, Liaoning province, in November 2015. China on Tuesday ruled out easing property curbs to stimulate the economy. Photo: Reuters/China Daily
Residential buildings seen coming up in Dalian, Liaoning province, in November 2015. China on Tuesday ruled out easing property curbs to stimulate the economy. Photo: Reuters/China Daily

China’s Politburo for the first time decides against relaxing property curbs to stimulate slowing economy

  • The government shifts away from its decades old playbook of using the property sector to prop up growth
  • Builders feeling the pinch, with sources saying that R&F Properties and KWG Group have stopped acquiring land

Residential buildings seen coming up in Dalian, Liaoning province, in November 2015. China on Tuesday ruled out easing property curbs to stimulate the economy. Photo: Reuters/China Daily
Residential buildings seen coming up in Dalian, Liaoning province, in November 2015. China on Tuesday ruled out easing property curbs to stimulate the economy. Photo: Reuters/China Daily
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