Graphics: Sales of Homes in Big Cities Down 40 Pct in Q1
(Beijing) – The country's property market has gotten off to a slower start this year than in 2013.
The number of homes sold in the first quarter in tier-one cities – Chinese property market jargon for the major cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou – was more than 40 percent lower than during the same period last year, data released by China Index Academy on April 1 shows.
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