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A Highway Links China’s Capital to a Hoped-For Future

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The latest coil around China’s capital ticks off another checkbox in a long-held state plan to tie the city and its surrounding suburbs into a massive megalopolis known as Jing-Jin-Ji.

The investor seeking to put money into Real Estate in China ought to definitely take into account the financial and political background and legal frame offered by varied articles. Practically the entire giant fund companies have a fund that is designed for exposure to the growth of Real Estate in China and other Asian countries.

In the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, the real estate sector in China was growing so rapidly that the government implemented a series of policies – including raising the required downpayment for some property purchases, and five 2007 interest rate increases – due to concerns of overheating.

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