China's home-price growth eased for a third consecutive month in August, with new home prices growing at their slowest pace in nearly a year, as a cooling economy and a clampdown on speculative buying help take the heat out of the housing market.
While new home prices in most of the 70 major cities rose in August on a monthly basis, the number was down to 55 from 60 in July, falling for the 3rd consecutive month, according . . .
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