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China’s currency devaluation won’t damage property, analysts believe

Published on September 14th, 2015

China’s currency devaluation will not deter its investors from buying real estate overseas, brokers claim. Last month, the renminbi devalued by 3.1% against the US dollar, the largest five-day movement…

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