It’s a new year already, but China’s housing regulators have reaffirmed their intention to keep a tight grip on the country’s housing market, as the second-largest city in Hunan province made a quick about-face after attempting to lift a cap… Read More>>
Xinyuan Real Estate (NYSE:XIN) today announced that it has acquired a land parcel in Changsha for RMB 688.9 million (US$112.2 million), as the residential developer made its third land purchase in China’s second-tier cities this year.
Xinyuan’s new 89,460 square… Read More>>
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