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Property assets 'should remain private'

China Daily | Updated: 2013-02-20 13:55

China should maintain restrictions on public access to property records, the People's Daily newspaper said in a front-page commentary on Tuesday, calling real estate assets a "personal issue".

However, the government should impose stricter requirements for public officials to register their properties, the newspaper said.

Anti-corruption officials should work harder at discovering the hidden assets of public servants, it said.

China Daily - Agencies

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