Land prices fell in the year to July 1 for the 10th consecutive year, reflecting the prolonged economic downturn, according to a government survey released Wednesday.

The survey by the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry shows that the pace of decline in both residential and commercial land prices was faster than in the previous year.

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