The city of Shanghai has allowed banks to keep mortgage rates for first-time buyers in the city below the new reference rate for banks' lending, the loan prime rate, to avoid raising the repayment burden on homebuyers resulting from an overhaul of the interest-rate system.
The city set the floor mortgage rate at 4.65 per cent . . .
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