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Latest China property step seen as a way to fight graft

Academics confident that unified registration policy will deter and help uncover corrupt officials

TALLYING UP The new bureau will be in charge of registration of land, real estate, forest, grassland and maritime space. - PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

Beijing OFFICIALS and academics have hailed the government's recently pledged unified real property registration policy, saying that it will help fight corruption. The central government established a government agency to supervise real property registration last Thursday as part of an effort to

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