The launch of India’s first REIT last month may have served as a wake up call for Chinese regulators, who have been millimetring toward listed property trusts for more than a decade, but now seem ready to launch a pilot… Read More>>
COFCO Property has been given a green light by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) to buy back a controlling 64.18 percent stake in Hong Kong-listed commercial real estate developer Joy City Property for RMB 14.76 billion ($2.15 billion), re-integrating… Read More>>
Architecture firm Benoy has won an international competition to design a 300,000 square metre, mixed-use project in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou for one of China’s biggest developers, the UK-based company announced today.
The project, COFCO Joy Breeze, integrates… Read More>>
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Mainland commercial developer Joy City has agreed to sell a 49 percent stake in six mixed-use projects in China to an investment fund to be controlled by Singapore’s GIC and mainland insurer China Life for RMB 9.29 billion ($1.4 billion).
The rush for land in China’s first-tier cities continues as Beijing-based COFCO Property Investment last week agreed to pay RMB 2.44 billion ($368 million) for a plot of residential land in Shanghai’s Pudong district. The price paid by the state-run… Read More>>
Cofco submitted a binding bid for the stake last month, a person familiar with the transaction said. The stake is worth around US$250 million, but it wasn’t immediately clear how much Cofco will pay.
COFCO, formally China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation, is China’s largest food processing, manufacturer and trader.