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Land prices as of the beginning of this year were 1.6 percent higher on average than a year before, up for the fifth consecutive year, supported by a rise in development projects and foreign visitors, government data showed Wednesday.

However, it is likely the prices will experience a downturn if the economy continues to weaken due to the fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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