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Today's Headlines Bloomberg: Chinese Cities Introduce Curbs to Cool Overheated Property. Local governments in seven Chinese cities tightened rules for home purchases over the past three days in a bid to damp resurgent demand and rein in excessive speculation. Authorities in those metropolitan areas introduced measures ranging from raising down-payment requirements for both first and second homes to ruling some potential buyers ineligible.
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