HONG KONG, Oct 24- Chinese developers are turning to offbeat marketing gimmicks and give-aways as they battle to shift massive inventories of unsold homes and survive the country's biggest economic slowdown since the global financial crisis. China's largest residential developer China Vanke is using social media in a series of quirky campaigns which...» Read More
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