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Australian property starting to boom again
Australia is seemingly rushing headlong into another debt-fueled property binge.
UK property market ‘in line for summer Brexit relief rally’
The property market is likely to stage a Brexit ‘relief rally’ over the summer, according to Britain’s biggest property website, as it revealed signs of bounceback in prices over the past month.
Beijing's capital controls weighing on Chinese investors looking to buy property abroad
Chinese investors are keeping unchanged or even reducing the amount of money they allocate for overseas property purchases as they continue to struggle to get money out of the country, according to a survey conducted by a global real estate services company.
Chinese investors spending billions on Thai property despite turbulent political scene
Chinese investors have continued pouring their money into Thailand's property sector even as the kingdom barrels toward an uncertain national election.
Singapore's CapitaLand in $8b deal creating Asia property giant
Singapore's CapitaLand said Monday it has agreed to buy two real estate holding firms in a Sg$11 billion ($8.1 billion) deal that will create Asia's biggest property group with assets in dozens of countries.
Iraq recovers million dollars' worth property
The Iraqi government said Wednesday it had retaken ownership of a piece of property in Baghdad worth millions of dollars after it was unlawfully sold to a government official's wife.
Boris Johnson finally leaves taxpayer-funded home
Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has finally left a taxpayer-funded home amid public criticism that he was making money by staying in the mansion while renting his own property in London.
Primary school children need to learn about intellectual property
The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has launched a raft of teaching resources and videos aimed at helping children aged seven to 11 learn about piracy, patents and trademarks.
Tiny homes may lower property value in US, southern homeowners say (video)
Tiny homes are the newest environment friendly living trend popping up all over the US but North Carolina homeowners are concerned a tiny home community on the outskirts of Charlotte may decrease property values and cause an increase in traffic.
Lavrov calls US preconditions to return Russian property 'robbery'
US attempts to set preconditions for the return of Russian diplomatic property seized in New York and Maryland are "daylight robbery", Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday, the RIA news agency reported.
US conditions for returning Russia’s seized property ‘daylight robbery’: Russian FM
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says any US attempts to set preconditions for returning Russia’s diplomatic property in New York and Maryland are ‘daylight robbery’, as Moscow presses for access to the seized compounds.
Charter on Citizenships' Rights
Part 8 XIV. Right to a Transparent and Competitive Economy

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