Recovery in Chinese Property Market ‘Rather Fragile,’ S&P SaysBy
Sales driven by liquidity, causing rise in developer leverage
Increasing land prices could squeeze margins in top cities
A recovery in the Chinese property market that’s been fueled by government stimulus may not be sustainable, according to S&P Global Ratings, which has cut ratings on 11 developers this year.
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