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China's property market recovering from deep slump

Prices for new homes in country's biggest cities are rising sharply, led by southern boomtown of Shenzhen

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The real estate resurgence comes as growth across the rest of the economy is slowing, providing a welcome and significant boost. Some economists estimate property accounts for as much as a quarter of China's GDP.

Hong Kong

CHINA'S slowdown, which has cast a shadow over the global economy and worried investors around the world, stems in part from a deep slump in its crucial property market.

Now that slump appears to be easing, as construction cranes return in some cities and real estate

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