Real estate prices have skyrocketed in China's most popular cities, raising fears the overheated property market could be headed for a crash.
The Chinese government has adopted a 'Made in China 2025' economic development strategy which is emerging as a huge risk to Germany's economic base, says economist Christian Rusche from the IW think tank in Cologne.
Massive money printing to restart the global economy after the financial crisis has blown an even bigger bubble. Ten years after the last crash, are we due another one and will it be worse?
A combination of low interest rates and banks hunting for yields could fuel a dangerous real estate bubble, a senior member of the German central bank has warned, urging banks and financial supervisors to be alert.
In Germany's Ruhr area, former mining areas are being transformed and marketed as residential or commercial areas. The strategy has been a success with people flocking to the newly created neighborhoods.
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