Dec 9th, 2021
China has implemented legislation such as the "three red line policy" in an attempt to stabilise the housing market and level up the economy. However, the real estate market remains in turmoil and developers such as Evergrande are still on the brink of bankruptcy.
Jun Qian, a Private Equity Fund Manger, and Kelvin Wong, a Real Estate Fund Manager, join Ron Insana, Senior Advisor to Schroders and CNBC contributor, to discuss the situation in China and the outlook for real estate.
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