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Works Cited


Works Cited


The Asian Mortgage Conundrum
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6. Flat 35 loans are all fixed rate while private sector loans tend to be variable rate where
the interest rate may change at pre-set intervals based on domestic economic
conditions.
7. Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio: the amount of money that can be borrowed as a percentage
of the total value of the home.
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The Impact of Higher Education on China’s Economy
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Open Sky Policy: The Future of Free Trade in ASEAN?
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2. Ibid.
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PetroRubles: Russia’s St. Petersburg Exchange
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