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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Yiping Huang
Cao Sheng, a young professional living in the bustling port city of Ningbo, would like to move to a larger apartment so she and her husband can start a family. But with housing prices skyrocketing across China, she doubts they will be able to afford one any time soon.
Although the housing downturn is a "wild card" looming over the economy, it probably will lead only to slower growth, Mr. Huang said.
"For some investors, declines in house prices could be the beginning of a major meltdown, similar to those observed in Japan in 1989, Hong Kong in 1997 and the U.S. in 2008," he said.