Mickey Mouse leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that Hong Kong’s housing minister wants to build temporary housing on land held by the world’s most famous rodent near his Lantau island theme… Read More>>
China Resources Land Limited announced in a stock exchange statement on January 31st that it would issue $3.9 billion in offshore bonds, following in the footsteps of 14 other Chinese developers that issued a total of $8.6 billion worth of… Read More>>
Chinese Estates Holding director Kimbee Chan Hoi-wan and members of her husband Joseph Lau’s family purchased a third of $3 billion in senior unsecured bonds issued by China Evergrande Group late last month, swelling the clan’s portfolio of the top-three mainland… Read More>>
China Evergrande Group, the mainland’s most indebted developer, announced on Tuesday that it will conduct a further international offering of $3 billion in senior notes in what has been Asia’s biggest offshore high-yield bond sale so far this year.
The… Read More>>
Debt-laden developer China Evergrande announced on Monday that it had sold $1 billion in senior notes due in 2020, with the new paper carrying 11 percent interest rates.
The company said that the fresh tranche of bonds, which were issued… Read More>>
Country Garden, China’s biggest developer by contracted sales, announced on Tuesday it would raise a combined $850 million through the issue of senior notes in two tranches. The move came just one day after fellow top-ten developer Longfor Properties announced… Read More>>
A couple of heavy hitters in Hong Kong are having a less than stellar start to the week. Shenzhen shopkeepers are not happy with tycoon Li Ka-shing and claim they have been cheated by his CK Hutchison Holdings. Meanwhile, elected… Read More>>
Xiaomi, the Chinese phone maker that built its reputation via online-only sales, may give a boost to physical retail by opening 1,000 new shops on the mainland. Also in the news, GIC and CPPIB could lead the bidding for a… Read More>>
China’s cash-strapped real estate developers are raising record amounts of cash overseas, and Goldman Sachs says you should stay away.
In a report released this week the US investment bank said that debt issued by Chinese real estate developers are… Read More>>
Australian real estate developer Goodman Group scored three new warehouse leases and a successful round of debt financing as the company continues to profit from Greater China’s rapidly growing logistics sector.
Last week the company’s Goodman Hong Kong Logistics Fund… Read More>>