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Stronger China may rise from short-term crash

Published on April 13th, 2015

My take on China has been that its real estate market is set fair in the long run and that any crashes in the short term will almost certainly be…

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Stronger China may rise from short-term crash

My take on China has been that its real estate market is set fair in the long run and that any crashes in the short term will almost certainly be...

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