Analysis | Berlin voters asked the city to tackle rising rents. The plan is a long-shot but the message is powerful.

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File - This Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021 file photo, shows the Wilmersdorf district with office buildings and apartment houses in Berlin, Germany. Voters in Berlin backed a non-binding, controversial proposal for the Berlin regional government to take over about 240,000 apartments worth billions from corporate owners to curb sharply rising rents in the German capital. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn, File)

File – This Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021 file photograph, reveals the Wilmersdorf district with workplace buildings and condominium homes in Berlin, Germany. Voters in Berlin backed a non-binding, controversial proposal for the Berlin regional authorities to take over about 240,000 flats value billions from company house owners to curb sharply rising rents within the German capital. (AP Picture/Michael Sohn, File)

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