In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Hong Kong developer feels the heat from China’s row with the US over a property sale, Singapore’s Mapletree aims to raise €500 million for its first European office fund, and the online… Read More>>
Four years after undertaking a $19.7 billion plan to achieve a back-door listing on a mainland exchange, China Evergrande’s announcement of that scheme’s failure leads Mingtiandi’s collection of real estate news from around the region.
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Beijing-based Dalian Wanda Group is discovering yet again that Hollywood is a tough town, as its last remaining overseas trophy warned US financial regulators that it could run out of cash this year.
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Plunging profits lead the real estate headlines this month as Asia Pacific’s real estate developers total up the damage wrought by the coronavirus during the first half of 2020.
Southeast Asia’s largest builder, CapitaLand saw its profits… Read More>>
Scary cinema adventures lead today’s real estate headlines as a US unit of Dalian Wanda Group warns that it may never make it back alive from the marathon showing of Nightmare on COVID Street. Never long from the headlines, WeWork… Read More>>
An Australian mega-deal leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as the Australian arm of a London-based student accommodation provider buys a portfolio of university digs down under.
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The novel coronavirus continues to create a new reality for real estate investment around the region, as a report reveals that one of Korea’s largest asset managers has defaulted on its obligations in a $5.8 billion acquisition of a set… Read More>>
American movie theatre chain AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc is said to be close to bankruptcy, eight years after Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda bought the Kansas-based company for $2.6 billion.
Shares in the NYSE-listed firm closed down 20 percent to $2.08… Read More>>
Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda trimmed off another slice of the billionaire’s fading overseas empire last week when the property-to-entertainment conglomerate reached a $600 million agreement to hand over a stake in AMC Entertainment to private equity firm Silver Lake.
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China’s property-to-entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group is looking to raise money by potentially selling off part of its stake in AMC Entertainment Holdings, the world’s largest cinema operator, Reuters reported, citing an unnamed insider.
Wanda is said to be exploring… Read More>>