The real estate unit of mainland e-commerce giant JD.com says it is teaming up with more than 200 Chinese property developers to offer homes at half their market value for the Singles’ Day online shopping festival coming up next month.
SC Capital Partners has teamed up with Australia-based Fortius Funds Management to buy three shopping centres in Sydney for A$174.5 million ($118 million) from a joint venture between Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House.
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Hong Kong restaurant operator Tsui Wah Holdings is said to be offering for sale its flagship location in Central at an asking price of HK$400 million ($51 million), as the city’s ongoing civil unrest chips away at consumer spending.
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Sweden’s IKEA will plough RMB 10 billion ($1.41 billion) into its China operations in the upcoming 2020 fiscal year, in a bid to upgrade and expand its store network and boost its e-commerce offerings in the country.
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One more global retail giant has retreated from the mainland China market in the face of growing local competition as a unit of Nanjing-based Suning announced this week that it has taken over a chain of convenience stores from Hong… Read More>>
China’s online retail giants continued their invasion of the physical shopping world this past week as a fashion ecommerce player backed by Tencent and JD.com agreed to buy an outlet mall chain for RMB 2.9 billion ($422 million).
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Chinese retailer Suning.com has agreed to buy an 80 percent stake in Carrefour Group’s China unit for RMB 4.8 billion ($699 million) in cash, according to an announcement to the Shenzhen stock exchange.
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Vincent Lo’s SOCAM Development Limited is ready to sell off a commercial building in Hong Kong at a nearly 12 percent mark-up over what it paid to acquire the Kowloon East asset just six months ago, according to an announcement… Read More>>
CapitaLand has entered into an agreement to offload three mainland community malls to CapitaLand Retail China Trust (CRCT) for RMB 2.96 billion ($430 million), according to an announcement to the Singapore stock exchange.
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One of the world’s oldest toy companies, FAO Schwarz, has opened its first store in China, bringing the Manhattan icon to a country better known for being a toy exporter.
Kidsland International Holdings Limited, which has a market capitalisation of… Read More>>