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No way the Chinese are going to easily give up their economic advantges and allow speculators to drive out business.

Bit diferent to here. First sign of problerms and the BOE start flooding the property market with money again.

100,000 manufacturing jobs are being lost a year, it will continue until the whole sector is unsustainable, the UK will then be finished for good, regardless how many think that London/fiance can save it - it won't.

http://investing.reuters.co.uk/News/newsAr...PERTY-CHINA.xml

China pours cold water on property investment

Thu Aug 3, 2006 9:23 AM BST

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By Lorna Bourke

LONDON (Citywire) - New restrictions to curb foreigners from investing in Chinese property have been introduced by the Chinese government in an attempt to cool the overheated property market.

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