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Political currents determine Asian property’s 2015 course

Published on March 9th, 2015

The dangers of a Chinese slowdown may have been overstated, but its market cooling policies still affect property markets across Asia. Elsewhere, much needed economic reforms looks set to aid…

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Political currents determine Asian property’s 2015 course

The dangers of a Chinese slowdown may have been overstated, but its market cooling policies still affect property markets across Asia. Elsewhere, much needed economic reforms looks set to aid...

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