Chinese regulators have asked Dalian Wanda Commercial Management to provide additional details on its application for a Hong Kong initial public offering, fuelling worries over the ability of the country’s largest commercial developer to meet its listing deadline this year.
China has expanded its pilot program for publicly traded real estate investment trusts (REITs) to include shopping malls and other retail properties, as authorities continue to expand access to liquidity for companies in the property sector.
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In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, debt-stricken China Evergrande faces a winding-up petition in the Hong Kong high court, the Cheng family behind New World Development launches a buyout bid for fashion retailer Giordano, and Swedish clothier H&M closes… Read More>>
While a gradual recovery in property sales over the last three months seemed to have bailed out China’s real estate developers, the country’s home builders may have just been dunked back into deep water by a collapse in the country’s… Read More>>
Wanda Cinema Line, the movie theatre operator belonging to billionaire property developer Wang Jianlin, has scaled back plans for its initial public offering on China’s Shenzhen exchange under instruction from Chinese regulators.
According to a report in Reuters this week,… Read More>>
In another sign of the Chinese government’s determination to corral its unruly real estate market, two more developers received regulatory approval for new stock sales, during the same week that a private real estate developer collapsed after having exhausted… Read More>>