IMF official house price inflation is not sustainable and China’s property tax is introduced cagliari exchange

IMF officials: soaring prices unsustainable China suggested the introduction of property tax – Sohu news October 3rd, buyers at the housing sand in a Henan Zhengzhou sales center. Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Feng Dapeng Xinhua News Agency Washington (reporter Gao Pan) in October 6, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials said on the 6, to support the real estate market regulation policy Chinese local government recently issued, is expected to Chinese big city housing prices will be rising. Deputy director of the Asia Pacific IMF Marx? Rodlauer day in Asia Pacific Economic Outlook press conference to answer Xinhua News Agency reporters said that the recent part of the big city Chinese appeared by the rapid rise in prices is not sustainable, it is expected that these city housing prices will be rising. Recently, some local governments have introduced new real estate market regulation policies, including changes in mortgage regulations, these macro Prudential policy measures to curb the rapid rise in housing prices is appropriate. Rod Raul believes that in recent months Chinese prices rise quickly, especially in some big city, this reflects the market factors of housing demand is greater than supply, on the other hand also reflects the local government earlier cancelled some purchase restrictions and measures to deal with the real estate market downturn, the bank issued a lot of housing mortgage loan. In the long run, Rod Raul suggested that the China property tax, which is not only conducive to increase the local government revenue, but also conducive to better regulation of the real estate market, but from the real estate tax legislation to implement takes a long time, unable to cope with the short-term prices rise too. Director of the Asia Pacific IMF Li Changyong said at a news conference that day, the expected short-term economic growth China remains strong, if it continues to maintain the current growth momentum, IMF may need to raise the Chinese 6.6% economic growth forecast for this year. But he also warned that excessive credit growth, the real estate market adjustment and slow reform of state-owned enterprises may bring risks to medium-term economic growth.相关的主题文章: