The slowdown in the China residential sales market which was triggered by the imposition of 2010 Home Purchase Restrictions, has now begun to feed into the larger negative trend in the national economy. China’s new incoming leadership faces a genuine puzzle, namely how to keep the lid on precipitous price appreciation while at the same time utilizing genuine demand for urban accommodation as a force to drive economic growth.
Andrew Ness, Lead ULI Research Consultant – Asia Pacific will highlight some of the findings of the recent ULI research paper that discusses the potential outlook for the China residential property market and the opportunities and challenges facing the incoming leadership.
Date/Time: 13 November 2012, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (GMT +8:00)
Presentation followed by Q & A
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