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Where The Stimulus Is Hiding: China's Fiscal Push Is Now Bigger Than After The Global Meltdown

Last week we reported that as a result of some rather vocal chiding by both the IMF and G-20, China was finally forced to deflate, if not outright burst, its housing bubble using various measures to curb unprecedented demand for real estate, and the nation's third housing bubble in the past five years. Here is a quick bullet recap of the key quandaries facing Beijing as it seeks to bring the local housing market to another "soft landing": Housing Mania Unhealthy; Enter Beijing: New all-time high.
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