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Once affordable Berlin plagued with skyrocketing rents

By DW
24 September 2018   |   12:45 pm
Cheap housing once drew people to Berlin from across the globe. Now the city is facing the fastest growing property prices in the world and renters search in vain for affordable housing. What can Berliners do to save their city from greedy investors?

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