At the top of today’s headlines, Hong Kong developer Henderson Land has again linked up with Shanghai’s CIFI Holdings on a mainland project, and home-sharing giant Airbnb is looking to double its investment in China over the next year. Also… Read More>>
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the city’s de facto central bank, is said to be reviewing lending to HNA Group and Dalian Wanda Group as pressure mounts on the debt-strapped mainland conglomerates.
Banks were required last week to provide information… Read More>>
Less than two months after Dalian Wanda Group walked away from its ambitions to crush Disney in China’s theme park market, the country’s biggest developer has revealed a scheme to take on the Magic Kingdom with its own empire of… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group today said that it no longer has possession of a £470 million London housing project, with sources familiar with the newly-transferred property indicating that the Chinese developer has transferred the Nine Elms Square site to a pair… Read More>>
Wanda returns to its quest for theme park hegemony today by boldly going where Mickey and Minnie would fear to tread. Plus, a major state-run developer announces plans to ramp up Hong Kong projects just days after China’s top authorities… Read More>>
China’s clampdown on outbound investment hasn’t stopped Wanda Group from moving ahead with at least one overseas real estate project, as the Beijing-based conglomerate has completed its £470 million ($605.3 million) acquisition of Nine Elms Square in London.
Wanda has… Read More>>
During the last few weeks Dalian Wanda Group has announced the sale of more than $9.3 billion of its domestic hotel and tourism projects as the property developer controlled by billionaire Wang Jianlin struggles with a mountain of debt and… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group is selling stakes in nearly $4.5 billion in real estate projects across the UK, US, China and Australia to a privately held company controlled by its chairman Wang Jianlin, according to an announcement to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group, China’s largest commercial property developer, has denied reports that it is seeking an exit from its two flagship Australian projects totalling $1.5 billion, amid a regulatory crackdown on overseas investment.
Sources told The Australian Financial Review that… Read More>>
China’s acquisitive corporate giants can’t seem to catch a break these days. In today’s news, debt-addled Sunac China is looking to sell up to $1 billion in US dollar bonds after snapping up nearly $15 billion in assets over six… Read More>>