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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social status and stability. But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middle class, as property prices continue to soar. 24-year-old Chen Jingye is hoping to buy a property before he gets married the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai's rocketing prices.

I've started looking for a home, because I am about to get married to my girlfriend. I’ve been looking for a property for a while, and all I can say is that the price of property is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that  the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.


The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that's compared to 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability. In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to the fear of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap the rising prices. Harry Wong, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily.


Government is not looking for low, very low property price,this is not their objective. And on the other hand, they don't want a very high price that is chaotic and unaffordable. They want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.

China's parliament, the National People's Congress, hold its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bubble.
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These gleaming Shanghai apartments,stand as a symbol to many chinese of social statue and stability. But the dream of homeowerships is sleeping out of reach for chinese growing middle class. As property prices contiune to soar.24 year old Chen jianan is hoping to buy property before he gets married the end of the year.But this dismayed by shanghai's rocketing prices.


I have started looking for a home, because I am about to get married to my girlfriend.I had been Looking a properties for a while and now I can say is that the
price is properties is difficult to accept.I feel
they are relatively expensive the reshelf of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.


the couple have calculated that
the bank loan to buy apartment would uses up almost 70% of their
monthly earnings. that's
compared to the 30 to 40% recommended in calcualating in houseing afford ability. in the December last year, urban property prices rose almost 80% a year, the fastest pace is in 2009. Beijing has responed to feels
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bumble tightening monetary policy to help cut prizing prices.


Herry Wang the head of a corp,consultancy in shanghai says the government want to prices to grow steadily.

Government is now looking for low , a very low property price. This is now the objective.On the other hand, they don't want a very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable;They want a steady gorwth,a very gentle slope upward.


China's
parliament national people's congress holds its annual session this week will focues on how to nevigate the fine line between the dampening growth and feeding economical bumble.

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[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

these gleaming shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many chinese of social stature and stability.but the dream of home ownership is sliping out of reach for china's growing middle class, as property prices continue to soar.twenty four -year -old chenjian is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by shanghai's rocketing prices.i have started to looking for a home because i am about to get marrried to my girlfriend,i have been looking at properties for a while,and all i can say is that the pirce of properties is difficult to accept,i feel they're relatively expensive,the reshelf of my personal income to that of the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced, the couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70percent of their monthly earnings.that's compared to the 30 -40 percent recommended  calculating housing afford ability.in december last year,urban property prices rose almost 8 percent on year,the fastest pace of 2009,beijing has responded to fierce with an essay bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut prizing prices. harry wang ,a head of a cop,consultancy in shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily, government is now looking for low, very low property price,this is not the objective,and on the other hand ,they don't want a very high price,that is chaotic and unthoughtful,they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.china's parliament ,an National People's Congress holds its  annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the find line between dampenimg growth and feeding an economic bubble,K .B. Reuters

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These glimming Shanghai apartments stands the symbol of many Chinese of social statrure and stability. But the dream of home-ownership is slipping out of reach of China's growing middle class as property prices continues to sour. 24-year-old Chen Jiean is hoping buy property before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai's rocketing prices.

I have started to looking for a home because I am about to get married to my girl friend. I have been looking for the properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of properties is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive. The ratio of my personal income to that of the price that have to pay for the property is not very balanced.

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up over their 70 percent of their multiple earnings, that compares to the 30 to 40 percent recommended in calculating house affordability. In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8 percent a year, fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to fuel the asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cup rising prices. Herry Wang had a corp of consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadliy. "Government is not looking for a very low property price. This is not objective, but they don't want a very high price that is unaffordable while steady gowth. They very gently looks upward." China's parliament, the National People's Congress, holds its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fire line between dampening growth and fading of that economic bubble.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social status and stability. But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China's growing middle class, as Chinese property prices continue to soar.
24-year-old Chen Jian is hoping to buy property before he gets married the end of the year but is dismayed by Shanghai's rocketing prices.

I have started looking for a home because I am about to get married to my girlfriend. I had been looking at properties for a while, and all I can say is that the price of properties is difficult to accept. I feel they're relatively expensive. The ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings. That's compared to the 30%-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.
In December last year urban property prices rose almost 8% a year,the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to the fears of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap rising prices.Harry wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

Government is not looking for low,very low property price,this is not objective.On the other hand they don't want a very high price,that is very chaotic and unaffordable. They want a steady growth,a very gentle slope upward.

China's parliament, the National People's Congress hold its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bubble.


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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many people of social statue and stability.
but the dream of homeownership is sleeping out of reach for China's growing middle class as property prices continue to soar
24-year old Chen ji'an is hoping to buy a property before he gets married at the end of the year.
but He is dismayed by Shanghai's rocketing prices.
I have started looking for a home, because I am about to get married to my girlfriend.I have been looking at properties for a while,and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price that you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.
the couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment will use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings that's compared to 30% to 40% recommended in calculating houseing-afford ability.
in december last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year,the fastest pace of 2009.
Beijing has responded to fears of asset bumble by tighting monetary policy to help cap pricing prices.
Hary Wang,head of corp. consultancy in Shanghai,says the government wants the pricy to grow steadily.
Government is not looking for very low property price,this is now the objective,on the other hand, they don't want very high price that is chaotic and unaffordable. they want a steady growth,a very gentle slope upward.
China's parliament , the Notional People Congress holds its annual session this week with focus on how to nevigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bumble.
These glimmering Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stature and stability. But the dream of harmony ship is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middle class as property prices continue to soar. Twenty-four year old, Chen Jian, is hoping to buy a property before he gets married the end of the year, but is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices. “I have started looking for a home because I’m about to get married to my girlfriend. I’ve been looking at a property for a while. And all I can say is that the price of properties is difficult to accept. I feel very relatively expensive. The ratio of my personal income to that of the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.” The couple have calculated that the bank-loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings. That’s compared to the 30% to 40% recommended in calculating housing affordability. In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to fierce asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap rising prices. Henry Wang, had a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily. “The government is no looking for very low property prices. This is not their objective. And on the other hand, they don’t want a very high price. That is, they thought it affordable. They want a steady growth, a very gentle look upward. China Parliament, A National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bubble.
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These gliming shanghai * stands symbols to many Chinese and social * and the ability, but the dreamer of homer shapes is slipping out of the edge but the china’s growing middle class as proper prices continue to soar.24 year old ** hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year but this dismayed by Shanghai’s * prices. I have to start to looking for a home because I’m about to get marry to my girlfriend, I have been looking at the property for a while and all I can say that the price of the property is difficult to accept. I feel that relatively expensively, the * my *income that the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.


The couple have calculated the bank loan to buy a apartment would use up almost 70% of their mouth per earning, that compare to the 30-40% recommend ting calculating housing afford ability.
In December last year urban property prices roars almost to 8% on year, the fast *to 2009. Beijing has respond to *bubble by taxing * policy to hope ** prices. HW * a helper consultant in shanghai says the government wants prices to grows steadily, government is looking forward to lower loan proper price, this is not objective and on the other hand they don’t want very high price, that is **they want it steady growth, a very gentle steady upward.

China’s * a national people congress hold this annual session this week, with focus on the housing navigate*between damping growth and feeding economizing bubble


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This gleeming Shanghai apartment stands as a symble to many Chinese of social starchat and steability. But the dream of home to sleeping out of reach the Chinese growing middle class as poperty prices continue to soar.24-year-old Chen Ji'an is hoping to buy poperty before he gets marry at the end of the year,but is dismade by Shanghai's rocketing prices.I have started looking for a home because I am about to marry to my girlfriend.I have been looking at poperties for a while and all I can say is that the price of poperty is difficult to accept. I feel they're relatively expensive.The rasy of my personal income to pay for the poperty is not very balanced.The couple have calculated to the bankloan to buy an apartment will use almost 70% of their monthly earnings.That's compared to the 30-40% of the recommendating of  housing for ability.In December last year,urban poperty's price rose almost 8% on the year,the fastest pace of 2009.Beijing has responded to fearst an aeasy bubble by tightening merchant policy to cap rising prices.Harry Wong,heading a cooperate consultancy in Shanghai,says the govenerment want prices grow steadily.Govnerment is not looking for a low,very low porperty price,this is not their objectives. And on the other hand, they don't want a very high price,that is unaffordable.They want a steady growth,the very gentle looked upward.Chinese parliament and national peoples congress holding this annual section this week with focus on how to gain the fine line betwwen demperning growth and fading the economic bubble.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as symbol to many Chinese of social statue and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China's growing mid-class, as property prices continue to soar.
24 year old Chen Jian is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismay by Shanghai's rocketing prices.
I have started to look for a home because I'm about to get marry to my girlfriend. I have been looking for property for a while, and now I can see the price property is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive. The ratio of my personal income to that price, you have to pay the property is not very balanced. The couple has calculated to bank loan to buy an apartment which used almost 70% of their monthly earning that compared to the 30/40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.  
In Dec last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% a year, the fastest pace of 2009.
Beijing has responded to fixate the upset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help curb price crisis.
Harry Wang, Head of a corporate consultant in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily. Government isn't looking for lower, low price. This is not their objective. On the other hand, they don't want very high prices that are unaffordable. They want steady growth, the very gentle upward.
China's parliament national people's congress held its annual section this week which focuses how to navigate the fine line between dumpling growth and feeding economic bubbles.  
Harry Wang, Head of a corporate consultant in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily. Government isn't looking for lower, low price. This is not their objective. On the other hand,they don't want very high prices that is unaffordable. They want steady growth,the very gentle upward.
China's parliament national people's congress hold its annual section this week which focuses how to navigate the fine line between dumpling growth and feeding economic bubbles.  


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This gleaming Shanghai apartment stands simple to many Chinese of social status and stability. But the dream of home ** is slipping out of reach of China’s growing middle class as property prices continuing to sore. 24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

I have started to look for a home because I’m about to get married to my girlfriend. I had been looking at properties for a while and all I can see is that the price of properties is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive. The ratio, my personal income to that of the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use them almost 70 percent of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30 to 40 percent recommended in calculating house affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8 percent on year, the fastest pay ** 2009. Beijing has responded to **its assert bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap prizing prices.

Henry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily. Government is known before low very low property price, this is not rough jecafe, and on the other hand, they don’t want very high price, that is a key **, affordable, they want a steady grow, a very gentle ** public.

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Conference hold its annual section this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between deepening grow and feeding their economic bubble.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

this gleaming shanghai apartments stands as its symbol for many chinese of social stature and stability, but the dream of home owenership slipping out of rich for chinese growing middle class as property price cotinuing to solve.twenty four years old chenji'an is hoping to buy a property before he gets married at the end of this year ,but this dimayed by the shanghai's rocketing prices.   
i have start to look for a home because i am about to get get marriage with my girlfriend ,i have been looking at property for a while ,but the price property is diffculty to accept.i feel they are relatively expensive ,the ratio of my personal income to that of price you have to pay for property is not very banlanced.the couple have calculated the bank loan to buy anapartment would use up almost seventy percent of their monthly  earnings
that compared to thirty to fourty percent recommended in calculating housing affordability.in december last year, the urban property price rose almost 8% on year.the fastest pace of 2009,beijing has responded to --(fear on assets) by tightening monetary policy to help cap the rising prices.harry wang ,head of the corporate consultancy in shanghai,said the groverment wants crisis to grow steadily,goverment is not looking for low vary low properity price this is not objective,on the other hand ,they don't want very high price,this is chaotic and unaffordable ----,they want steady growth,they very gentle look upward,china's parliment----and national people's congress holds its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding economic bubble..

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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

These  gleeming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stature and stability.But the dream of  home   ownership   is slippong out of reach for China's growing middle class  as  property prices continue to soar.24 year old Chen Ji'an is hoping to buy property  before he gets married the end of the year. But it is dismayed by shanghai 's rocketing prices.I have started to look for a home because I am about to get married with my girlfriend . I have been looking for a property for a while and all I can say is that the price of property is difficult to accept.I feel they are relatively expensive.the racial my personal income to data the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced . the couple have calculated the bank loan to buy an apartment will use up almost 17% of their monthly earnings .That's compared to the 30~40%  recommended in calculating housing affordibility.  
In December last year ,urban property prices rose almost  8% on year ,the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing  has  responded to face this aisle  bubble  by tisening  monetary   policy   to help cut rising   prices  .Harry Wang,the head of Corpha Consultants in Shanghai says the government wants prices to go steadily.Government is not looking for not very low property price. This i s not their objective,and on the other hand,they don't want a very high price. Did it kick a football ,they want a steady growth.They very gently throw out there.
China's polamen the National Peoples Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on the house drawing a fine line between dumpling growth  and feeding an economic bubble.

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[Homework]【整理】2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

These gleaming apartments in Shanghai stands a symbol to many Chinese of social stature and social stability.But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China's growing middle class as property prices continue to soar.
24-year-old Chen Ji'an is hoping to buy a property before he gets married at the end of the year.But it is dismayed by Shanghai's rocketing prices.I have started  to   look   for the home because I am about to get married with my girlfriend .I have been looking at the properties for a while and all I can say is that the price is difficult to accept.I feel they are relatively expensive.The ratio of my personal income to that of price you have to pay for the property is not very balancedThe couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings.That's compared to the 30~40% recommended in calculating home affordability
In December last year,the  urban property  prices   rose almost 8% on year,the fastest pace of 2009.Beijing has responeded   to  fears of  bubble    by tisening   monetary policy  to help cap rising price.
Harry Wang,the head of the Corporate Consultancy in Shanghai says  the government wants prices to go steadily.The government is not looking for low,very low property  price.This is not their objective,and on the other hand,they don't want a very high price.They want a steady growth,a very gentle through
China's pairlment,the National People's Congress holds its annual session this  week   ,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampling growth and feeding an economic bubble.


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