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Chinese Businesses Weigh Private Property Moves

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Chinese Businesses Weigh Private Property Moves

Chinese Businesses Weigh Private Property Moves

Chinese Businesses Weigh Private Property Moves

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Chinese businesses are reviewing the implications of a proposed constitutional amendment allowing guarantees for private property rights. As BBC reporter Francis Marcus reports, private property is a leading force in some parts of China's economy.

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