SINGAPORE (Nikkei Markets) -- The recovery in Singapore's private home market is barely a year old but the outlook is already darkening after the government announced new curbs in a bid to check prices.
The measures, announced late Thursday, caused a scramble for apartments as buyers rushed to beat the deadline before they took effect on Friday, while real-estate and bank stocks tumbled when the markets opened.
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