Shaking Shenzhen skyscraper to remain closed amid probe
An earthquake has been ruled out as inspections begin into the cause of swaying in the southern Chinese city building
Beijing — The owner of a 71-floor office tower in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen closed the building on Friday pending an investigation into what caused the skyscraper to begin shaking on Tuesday.
Shenzhen Electronics Group will close the 356m SEG Plaza to tenants and shoppers to carry out inspections into the cause of the swaying, it said in a notice posted on the Weibo social media account of the state-owned Xinhua News agency...
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