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A labourer works at a demolition site to make way for a residential area in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, February 15, 2012. China's fledgling real estate investment fund market could see a surge of activity in 2012 as property developers launch their own vehicles in a desperate bid to bridge an estimated $111 billion financing gap in the year ahead. A government-led clampdown on bank, bond, equity and trust market financing for real estate has left developers with little choice other than to set up their own funds, which have raised barely 10 percent of the sum in the past two yea

A labourer works at a demolition site to make way for a residential area in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, February 15, 2012. China's fledgling real estate investment fund market could see a surge of activity in 2012 as property developers launch their own vehicles in a desperate bid to bridge an estimated $111 billion financing gap in the year ahead. A government-led clampdown on bank, bond, equity and trust market financing for real estate has left developers with little choice other than to set up their own funds, which have raised barely 10 percent of the sum in the past two yea Stock Photo
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3500 x 2342 px | 29.6 x 19.8 cm | 11.7 x 7.8 inches | 300dpi

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15 February 2012

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CARLOS BARRIA

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A labourer works at a demolition site to make way for a residential area in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, February 15, 2012. China's fledgling real estate investment fund market could see a surge of activity in 2012 as property developers launch their own vehicles in a desperate bid to bridge an estimated $111 billion financing gap in the year ahead. A government-led clampdown on bank, bond, equity and trust market financing for real estate has left developers with little choice other than to set up their own funds, which have raised barely 10 percent of the sum in the past two years that needs to be found to refinance maturing debt in 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)

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