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There are 4 cities in China that show how the country has a dangerous property bubble

Real estate transaction volumes increased by more than 100% in four Chinese cities year-on-year, according to a note from Citi. Tianjin, Foshan, Changzhou and Changsha all saw the volume of real estate being bought and sold, measured in square metres, more than double in September 2016 compared to 2015. Changzhou, in eastern China, had a particularly explosive September – transaction volume was up 136% year-on-year and 104% month-on-month.
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