Demand for homes is slipping in mainland China and state-owned China Jinmao Holdings seems to be finding out how low prices can go as the developer has begun selling homes at a project in Xiamen for less than the price… Read More>>
Restrictions on China’s real estate market have not completely snuffed out developer demand for new sites, as Beijing last week successfully sold a trio of suburban land plots, fattening the city’s coffers by a total of RMB 7.95 billion ($114.72… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, after being elected on an anti-corruption mandate, Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohammed says his government will renegotiate billions of dollars of Chinese infrastructure projects in the Southeast Asia nation. Also in the news, Amazon’s cloud computing arm… Read More>>
Property developer China Jinmao is teaming up with British educational charity Eden Project International to build the world’s highest indoor waterfall in the northeastern city of Qingdao.
Through the deal, Shanghai-based China Jinmao will help the UK foundation set up… Read More>>
At the top of the news, Blackstone is reportedly dueling with sovereign wealth fund ADIA for a $250 million business park in Mumbai, as the New York-based asset management giant looks to add to its $3 billion of investments in… Read More>>
Today’s headlines prove that even Superman stumbles from time to time, after Li Ka-shing’s CK Property announced it will fail to hit its sales target for this year. Also making news today, China Jinmao spends big to get its hands… Read More>>
In a case of “I’ll scratch your back if you scratch my back”, Australia’s Macquarie Capital is partnering with China Jinmao to launch a real estate investment platform. The proposed investment vehicle would provide Macquarie with access to mainland investors,… Read More>>
Despite falling home prices and credit challenges three China real estate developers this week reported jumps in profit reaching 63 percent in the first half of 2014.
Country Garden Holdings, China Resources Land and Franshion Properties all reported their first… Read More>>
Chinese hotel development group Jinmao Investments and Jinmao (China) received a lukewarm welcome in its debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange yesterday, raising HK$3.2 billion ($414 million) in an undersubscribed IPO.
The spin-off of hospitality assets from mainland developer… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s surging stock market has attracted a new influx of IPOs, including two China real estate firms planning new listings within the next 30 days.
According to media reports, hotel trust Jinmao Investments and Jinmao (China) Investments Holdings, which was… Read More>>