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REAPING REWARD: David Eyers says Acton’s China desk will provide a handy boost for the agency in what is expected to be a flat market for the next 12 months. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Chinese eye property plays

A western suburbs real estate agency has set up a dedicated China marketing arm, as growing numbers of Chinese developers eye Perth’s burgeoning apartment market for large project opportunities.

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