In the media | 20 Mar 2024

IC Markets Global: Could China’s real estate crisis crash the global economy?

Nick Wilson, Associate Director of Real Estate at Oxford Economics, joins Pamela Ambler at IC Markets Global to discuss whether China’s real estate crisis could crash the global economy.

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