July 26, 2013
Why Investors in China Love Detroit’s Bankruptcy

The country’s real-estate speculators are buying 30 cheap properties at a time, sight unseen.
Read more. [Image: Rebecca Cook/Reuters]

Why Investors in China Love Detroit’s Bankruptcy

The country’s real-estate speculators are buying 30 cheap properties at a time, sight unseen.

Read more. [Image: Rebecca Cook/Reuters]

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