China's 2010 land supply for affordable housing jumps 124%
Updated: 2011-01-30 09:18
The total land supply for affordable housing last year hit 24,700 hectares across China's mainland, excluding Tibet autonomous region and Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, according to officials.
The overall land supply for housing in 2010 rose 64.1 percent from one year earlier to 125,400 hectares, according to the ministry.
In April last year, the MLR said it issued its first land supply plan for urban housing.
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