There are two big stories intertwined here. The first is that China is trying to curb its well-known property boom. There's a widespread belief that many markets in China are in bubble territory, and that a collapse or even a stall would be a catastrophe. What's interesting about the divorce story is the cat-and-mouse game that's played between Chinese regulators and Chinese citizens/savers/investors who search out aggressive investment returns in the nooks and crannies of the law.
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