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How China’s property crackdown is being felt in a remote city steeped in Communist Party lore

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Though situated in China’s remote, mountainous and relatively underdeveloped southwestern Guizhou province, the city of Zunyi is not an obscure name for Chinese.The city is engraved in Communist Party history as the location where Mao Zedong was elected leader during the Long March in 1935. It is also the home of Mao-tai, China’s national liquor.But in recent months the city has gained prominence for another reason: it has borne the brunt of Beijing’s attempts to rein in the country’s red-hot…

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Though situated in China’s remote, mountainous and relatively underdeveloped southwestern Guizhou province, the city of Zunyi is not an obscure name for Chinese.The city is engraved in Communist Party history as the location where Mao Zedong was elected leader during the Long March in 1935. It is also the home of Mao-tai, China’s national liquor.But in recent months the city has gained prominence for another reason: it has borne the brunt of Beijing’s attempts to rein in the country’s red-hot…
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