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Is China's housing bubble about to burst?

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In China, house prices in most cities have fallen as government policies aimed at cooling the property market start to take effect, prompting fears from some economists that the house price bubble is bursting.

Martin Patience reports from Beijing where he speaks to Hu Jin Hui, head of one of the biggest real estate agents in China and Dylan Grice, Research Analyst at Societe Generale analyses what it could mean for China's economy.


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