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What would an end to the property crisis look like?

Resolution of China’s property crisis would result in residential sales being substantially higher than today. Sales could rise by a third. But we wouldn’t expect prices to increase by much, if at all. And property construction activity will be weaker in future, whether or not the crisis is resolved.

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