HKMA Says New Home Supply to Fall This Year From Year Ago
Hong Kong’s new home supply is expected to fall “slightly” this year from 2010, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority said in its half-yearly report today.
The housing market has showed “signs of weakening” recently on goverment measures and uncertainties in global economic outlook, it said.
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