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Economy

China makes curbing property bubble a priority for 2017

Communist Party leaders shoot for stability ahead of staff shake-up

A suburb of Chongqing, one of the cities swept up in China's urban property bubble

BEIJING -- China will make deflating the country's growing property bubble a top priority in 2017 along with fiscal stimulus, aiming to keep the economy on an even keel as Communist Party leadership prepares for a twice-a-decade changeover.

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