To assess how abandoned China’s ‘ghost cities’ really are, check for dogs, eat noodles and take three other steps
Economists have long tracked China's vacant apartment buildings and abandoned shopping malls in order to evaluate the nation's real estate market, but appearances can be deceiving when it comes to understanding just how empty these "ghost cities" really are.
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