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More regulation possible as house prices rise (4)

(Xinhua)

08:27, August 24, 2012

The inspectors have recommended rectification measures to local governments. Some problems have already been solved and others are being addressed, according to a statement showing the results.

The inspection indicated central government's determination to cool the property market, and that central authorities will improve regulation on the basis of the results.

Analysts and industry insiders have said that new price-control measures may soon hit China's property market, and it is widely expected that new proposals will be unveiled before September or October -- the country's traditional peak season for home sales.

Some experts believe that if the country can ensure a strict implementation of the current curbing measures, then home prices will not see a substantial rebound in the future. They argue there is a comparatively sufficient supply of houses in the market and the speculative investment takes only a small percentage of the housing need.

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