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Post time 2010-7-28 00:42:22 |Display all floors
That's bad

take away real-estate, there are no growth in those region.  That's call One trick Pony. Those advanced regions of China is expert in structural building but that's not good enough.


China government should put all its money into the western poor region and let those advanced region to hang high and dry in the air.

The Pony has to learn more than one trick in order to grow.

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Post time 2010-7-28 01:35:13 |Display all floors

ev'rywhere in china is prime space real estates...

due to the population has you just have to be REAL and KEEP it real  

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Post time 2010-7-28 01:42:35 |Display all floors
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Post time 2010-7-28 04:47:43 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Desaview2 at 2010-7-28 01:42
I like REAL estate......u want some thing unreal?


have you heard the term speculation and bubble? Those are fake.
What's real is low incoming house or affordable housing, but those doesn't contribute much to GDP growth.

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Post time 2010-7-28 04:52:19 |Display all floors

These are NOT bubbles if they are paid for

I think NOT to worry.

China has too big a population.  Even if the flats cannot be sold, then let the Government take over and give it away for free for those who need re-settlement.  Perhaps a lot of lives can be saved from misery due to the Flood !!!

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Post time 2010-7-28 05:55:45 |Display all floors
^take away the real estate growth, there are no  real growth in China economy.

Innovation driven growth is barely minimum in China,  the actual percentage on GDP is rather insignificant.

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Post time 2010-7-28 06:47:00 |Display all floors
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