China's property controls to stay

China's property controls to stay

Beijing : China | Jun 05, 2012 at 6:13 PM PDT
Source: Chinadaily
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China will stick to property cooling measures, especially the differentiated credit and tax policies, as well as restrictions on buying second or third homes in some cities, said a government official on Tuesday. The country's property market is currently developing in the direction envisaged... FULL ARTICLE AT Chinadaily
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