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Economists see Chinese growth slowing, property prices stabilizing

Economy expected to contract under tighter monetary policy

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Workers stand on the roof of an elevator as a building goes up in Beijing's financial district.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- The Chinese economy likely started slowing again in the second quarter of this year as the government tightened monetary policy slightly, according to a survey of China economists by Nikkei and Nikkei Quick News.

Many of the respondents pointed out that the property market is not rising as strongly as before, and the economic slowdown will likely be more apparent in the second half of this year.

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