Current Situation and Anticipated Trend of Foreign Investments in China's Real Estate Market


Since 2006, China has implemented a string of policies designed to restrict foreign investments in the real estate industry. Recent actions, such as the State Council Order No. 546 promulgated at the end of 2008, which repealed the rigorous treatment of the urban real estate tax, have curbed some of the most onerous of these restrictions; however, the Chinese real estate market remains heavily regulated. As a result, China's attitude toward foreign investment in local real estate may be best characterized as conservative.

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