Homebuyers across China are banding together to pause mortgage payments in response to construction delays on presold apartments. For now these boycotts are small in scale. But they could become more widespread. And even if they don’t, they could still alter the behaviour of banks and homebuyers in ways that threaten the nascent recovery in home sales.
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