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July 11, 2015
The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge can be seen behind Bao Fang, a potential buyer from Shanghai,...
Sydney, Australia
The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge can be seen behind Bao Fang, a potential buyer from Shanghai,...
The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge can be seen behind Bao Fang, a potential buyer from Shanghai, as she inspects a property for sale in the Sydney suburb of Vaucluse, Australia, July 11, 2015. Realtors in Australia, Britain and Canada are bracing for a surge of new interest in their already hot property markets, with early signs that wealthy Chinese investors are seeking a safe haven from the turmoil in Shanghai's equity markets. Around 20 percent has been knocked off the value of Chinese shares since mid-June, although attempts by authorities to stem the bleeding are having some effect. REUTERS/David Gray
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