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More Chinese cities relax property curbs

Analysts say Beijing is turning a blind eye to bolster the cooling market

[BEIJING] More than half of China's cities have relaxed property controls and analysts say more are expected to follow, suggesting the central government is easing its grip on the sector as the cooling housing market poses a growing threat to the economy. Foshan, a southern city in Guangdong

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