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Condominiums put up for sale in greater Tokyo plunged 28.3 percent last year to 43,733 units, the Real Estate Economic Institute said Tuesday.

The year-on-year fall was the sharpest since 1991, when the supply of new condos slid 34.5 percent following the implosion of the stock and real estate bubble, the institute said.

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