Home sales in China's top tier cities surged in March, amid several signs pointing to a warming housing market in the country. However, some believe the increase was primarily driven by seasonal and structural factors and it's still too early to determine whether the market is really bottoming out.
Official data shows that Beijing sold 16,051 units of second-hand houses in March, rising about 140 per cent mont-on-month, the . . .
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