People attend a real estate fair in Nanjing, China, earlier this year. China's economy may slow further despite stimulus measures, Premier Wen Jiabao said Sunday. A rise in real estate prices, driven in part by government stimulus spending and bank lending, has fueled political tensions. (Associated Press)

People attend a real estate fair in Nanjing, China, earlier this year. China's economy may slow further despite stimulus measures, Premier Wen Jiabao said Sunday. A rise in real estate prices, driven in part by government stimulus spending and bank lending, has fueled political tensions. (Associated Press)