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Property sales in Chinese provinces slow down | Money Talks

China has the world's largest property market. It's crucial for economic growth but also prone to bubbles springing up in unlikely places. After years of gains, often fueled by easy credit, the once sizzling real estate sector reached a turning point in 2018, and it's affected everyone in the business. #Property #China #RealEstate

Foreigners rush to buy Turkish real estate | Money Talks

Foreigners rush to buy Turkish real estate | Money Talks

London Property: Brexit fears drag on real estate prices

London Property: Brexit fears drag on real estate prices

China's Valentine's Day gives economy a reprieve | Money Talks

China's Valentine's Day gives economy a reprieve | Money Talks

Beijing sets GDP growth target at between 6% and 6.5% | Money Talks

Beijing sets GDP growth target at between 6% and 6.5% | Money Talks

Firms cashing in on global thirst for kombucha | Money Talks

Firms cashing in on global thirst for kombucha | Money Talks

French lottery operator soars on market debut | Money Talks

French lottery operator soars on market debut | Money Talks

Venezuelan students stage anti-government protests | Money Talks

Venezuelan students stage anti-government protests | Money Talks

Benny Gantz fails to form Israel government | Money Talks

Benny Gantz fails to form Israel government | Money Talks

GM accuses Fiat Chrysler of bribing union leaders | Money Talks

GM accuses Fiat Chrysler of bribing union leaders | Money Talks

South African plant helps curb carbon emissions | Money Talks

South African plant helps curb carbon emissions | Money Talks

Istanbul restaurant owner expands globally | Money Talks

Istanbul restaurant owner expands globally | Money Talks

Political deadlock in Bolivia sparks food, fuel shortages | Money Talks

Political deadlock in Bolivia sparks food, fuel shortages | Money Talks

UK PM Johnson, Labour leader Corbyn face off in TV debate | Money Talks

UK PM Johnson, Labour leader Corbyn face off in TV debate | Money Talks

US Senate passes Hong Kong human rights bill | Money Talks

US Senate passes Hong Kong human rights bill | Money Talks

China develops appetite for plant-based meat | Money Talks

China develops appetite for plant-based meat | Money Talks

Sudan government touts ancient sites to attract tourists| Money Talks

Sudan government touts ancient sites to attract tourists| Money Talks

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