Chinese real-estate prices are declining, which has investors asking whether the country’s economy is over-leveraged. Could China’s real-estate bubble burst in coming years-and, if it does, how might that affect other countries? WSJ’s Bob Davis reports.
6/28/2011 2:26:49 AM
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