Nest eggs, but no land rights

This story for the New York Times reports on the millions of Chinese homeowners who are waking up to the fact that they have no land rights. They own their apartments but not the land underneath – all land in China belongs to the government. So what does that mean for family wealth over the long term? Kiki Zhao and I filed this report from Wenzhou.

May 31, 2016 – In China, homeowners find themselves in a land of doubt

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