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Chinese City Gives Migrants Housing Priority

People Daily, Posted: Jul 21, 2009

GUANGZHOU, China In an attempt to attract highly educated migrants, the city government of Guangzhou, China, introduced a new housing policy last week, reports People Daily.

The new housing policy gives eligible migrant applicants priority over local residents in the purchasing of homes. Guangzhou residents without private property can apply to purchase affordable housing after they reach the age 23 for women and 25 for men.

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