SINGAPORE (May 28): The Chinese property market is something of a conundrum. Ever since the global financial crisis, market pundits have been forecasting the bursting of China’s property bubble. Now, more than a decade on, its property market has not crashed in the manner of the US’ sub-prime crisis.

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