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Counting the Cost

The Chinese property correction

Will the housing bubble take down the economy? Kamahl Santamaria talks to Frank Chen, CBRE's executive director.

Last updated: 03 Jul 2014 11:32
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The last two downturns the Chinese government provided a financial boost to reignite the economy. But this time the government is not willing to play backstop as it tries to manage a wider economic slowdown.

So has China's property bubble burst? And will it take down the economy? Kamahl Santamaria talks to Frank Chen, the executive director of CBRE in Shanghai.

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