The battle for control of China Vanke, the mainland’s largest property developer, has become an all-out war as the company’s largest shareholder has filed a motion to remove chairman Wang Shi and nearly all of the company’s board. The move… Read More>>
China Vanke’s RMB 45.6 billion ($6.9 billion) bid to escape a ‘hostile takeover’ from its largest shareholder has been jeopardized after a recently signed agreement apparently failed to get enough votes from the Shenzhen-based developer’s board of directors.
In a… Read More>>
While real estate deal watchers have been focusing on Anbang’s bid(s) for Starwood, back on the mainland the dramatic struggle to control China’s largest property developer took an unexpected twist today. Also a Chinese mall developer hopes to raise big… Read More>>
China’s insurance giants have featured in news of overseas real estate acquisitions this year, but now appear to be raising their investments in the mainland’s property market as well.
During the past week Anbang Insurance, which became famous internationally for… Read More>>
The changing conditions in China’s real estate market seems to have spurred a surge of deals with Fosun making a play in Greece, developers shoring up their finances, and the first international acquisition made through Shanghai’s new free trade zone.
Speaking on the sidelines of an industry conference in Beijing this weekend leaders of real estate developers Vantone, Greenland Group and China Resources Holdings took the first step toward a recovery by admitting that the industry has a problem.
Feng… Read More>>
Late last week and into the weekend there were a number of breaking news stories, including China’s bad asset bank Cinda picking up two plots of land in Shanghai, China Resources Holdings upping its stake in developer China Vanke, and… Read More>>
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
A subsidiary of China Resources Group, the Hong… Read More>>
High aiming real estate developer, Shanghai Greenland Group Co, which is known for its plans to build one of China’s tallest buildings, has now joined the rush of Chinese firms heading overseas by announcing that it is investing A$480 million… Read More>>
Major disappointment was in store today for investors anticipating an end to China’s restrictions on its real estate markets as an eastern China city which had been the first to offer relaxed policies on residential property purchases this year abruptly… Read More>>