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Beijing’s second-hand home price fell for first time in a decade

Beijing, China’s capital city with one of the most resilient housing markets in the country due to a strong demand for homes, saw second-hand home prices decline last year for the first time in a decade following the prolonged restrictions on the sector to curb prices.

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