China’s Desert Ghost City Shows Property ‘Madness’ PersistsBloomberg News
Yu Jiang looks into the front window at his two-bedroom apartment in the center of Kangbashi, in China’s Inner Mongolia, and says he may buy another. The place has been empty for three years, as are as many as 90 percent of the units near it.
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