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Protests may slow property market

Homebuyers expected to postpone decisions

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Developers are concerned about the negative impact political unrest may have on housing market sentiment. 

The government should consider the country’s economy and people first . . . Negotiation is very important now. APA ATABOONWONGSE Vice-president, Thai Condominium Association

Issara Boonyoung, honorary president of the Housing Business Association, said housing sales this month may slow as homebuyers are deterred from making decisions due to political problems.

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