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CCTV interview: China cracks down on home speculation

06-08-2010 08:51 BJT

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For more on the property sector, let's cross to Amanda Gao, managing director of Colliers International, north China.

1: The central government clarified what constitutes a second home buyer last week. It can be hard to determine who falls into that category. So do you think this policy can still be effective?

2: Measures to cool the property sector started being implemented from mid-April. What impact have they had so far?

3: What about commercial properties have the policies affected them at all?

Thanks Amanda. We'll come back to you shortly.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source:

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