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>>
The quantity of new homes being built in Malaysia’s Johor state, just across the border from Singapore, now exceeds the entire stock of privately owned housing in the entire city-state, according to a statement last week from a Singaporean government… Read More>>
Chinese developer Country Garden is restarting work on a scaled back version of a residential real estate project in southern Malaysia’s Johor state after complaints from local citizens and the Singapore government.
Country Garden’s Forest City development was originally planned… Read More>>
On February 28th, China state-run real estate developer Greenland Group announced plans to invest RMB 20 billion (US$3.26 billion) to develop projects in Malaysia’s Danga Bay.
But amidst the press releases and media coverage, perhaps the biggest milestone went unannounced… Read More>>
Shanghai-based developer Greenland Group, is planning to invest RMB 20 billion (US$3.3 billion) to develop a resort hotel and residential projects in southern Malaysia close to the border with Singapore, in the latest overseas move by one of China’s most… Read More>>
Developer Guangzhou R&F Properties has joined the rush of Chinese real estate firms headed overseas by spending RM4.5 billion (US$1.4 billion) to acquire six sites in the southern Malaysian state of Johor Bahru.
The transaction was announced in a statement… Read More>>