Fri, October 08, 2010
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Shanghai further regulates housing market

2010-10-08 01:38:08 GMT2010-10-08 09:38:08 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on Sept. 13, 2010 shows housing complex located in Pudong in Shanghai, east China. Shanghai further regulated housing market on Thursday by ordering that each family could buy no more than one set of commercial housing or apartment while the municipality was preparing the pilot project on housing tax reform at the same time. (Xinhua/Liu Ying)

Staff work in a real estate agency in Shanghai, east China, Oct. 7, 2010. Shanghai further regulated housing market on Thursday by ordering that each family could buy no more than one set of commercial housing or apartment while the municipality was preparing the pilot project on housing tax reform at the same time. (Xinhua/Zhang Ming)

Photo taken on Oct. 4, 2010 shows the hustling and bustling 2010 Shanghai Autumn Real Estate Show in Shanghai, east China. Shanghai further regulated housing market on Thursday by ordering that each family could buy no more than one set of commercial housing or apartment while the municipality was preparing the pilot project on housing tax reform at the same time. (Xinhua/Pei Xin)

Staff walk out of a real estate agency in Shanghai, east China, Oct. 7, 2010. Shanghai further regulated housing market on Thursday by ordering that each family could buy no more than one set of commercial housing or apartment while the municipality was preparing the pilot project on housing tax reform at the same time. (Xinhua/Zhang Ming)

Shanghai further regulated housing market on Thursday by ordering that each family could buy no more than one set of commercial housing or apartment while the municipality was preparing the pilot project on housing tax reform at the same time.

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