In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Guangzhou R&F’s shares plunge after the developer issues gloomy guidance, the boss of an Aussie casino operator steps down over a failure to stop malfeasance, and Shui On Land’s stock surges on sterling… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a group of bondholders reportedly mulls legal action against Evergrande after the surprise disclosure of seized cash at the developer’s services unit, while rival Sunac China is said to be in talks to… Read More>>
The struggles of China’s cash-starved development giants lead this week’s collection of personnel moves on Mingtiandi, with Shimao Group naming new directors to both its Hong Kong-listed flagship and its property management unit.
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In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Singapore’s surging home prices stoke fears of government intervention, Causeway Bay cedes its title of APAC’s most expensive shop location to another Hong Kong district, and private equity major Blackstone’s market value tops… Read More>>
Mainland China took another step today to clamp down on credit to real estate developers as the central government rolled out set limits on bank lending to the industry.
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Two years after launching a residential joint venture in Kowloon East, Hong Kong’s Wang On Properties and Shanghai-based developer CIFI Holdings are teaming up again with a plan to build homes on Hong Kong Island.
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China’s housing market leads Asia’s real estate headlines today as mainland optimism sees consumers continuing to drive up home prices as Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund jumps into the trend with its latest middle kingdom development joint venture.
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In this week’s edition of People in the News, Davidson Kempner Capital Management hires a new Asia head of real estate, while France’s Groupe IDEC names an incoming Asia development director in Shanghai.
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Changes at WeWork lead this week’s edition of Asia Real Estate People in the News, with the financially challenged co-working giant already seeing changes in its leadership in the region following its failed IPO attempt.
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China’s sixteenth largest property developer by sales CIFI Holdings will cut up to eight percent of its workforce, according to a report on Friday in mainland news site thepaper.cn, as the developer fights for profitability amid China’s real estate slowdown.