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More Chinese cities ease residency rules to boost local economies

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Some of China’s biggest cities are loosening their residency rules in an effort to increase their populations.Cities that have recently relaxed their regulations in the hope of boosting their local labour and property markets include a number of major export and manufacturing hubs such as Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, Suzhou in Jiangsu and Fuzhou in Fujian.Suzhou’s new rules came into force on December 18 and allow all rental tenants to apply for a permanent residence permit, or…

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Some of China’s biggest cities are loosening their residency rules in an effort to increase their populations.Cities that have recently relaxed their regulations in the hope of boosting their local labour and property markets include a number of major export and manufacturing hubs such as Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, Suzhou in Jiangsu and Fuzhou in Fujian.Suzhou’s new rules came into force on December 18 and allow all rental tenants to apply for a permanent residence permit, or…

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