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Vanke vice-chairman sounds alarm on Chinese housing

Published on May 11th, 2014

Leaked negative comments from China Vanke’s vice- chairman have intensified fears over China’s residential market. At a private meeting in Beijing last month, Mao Daqing said: “China has reached its…

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