Hong Kong investments by two of China’s best-known corporations lead today’s real estate headlines as a mainland conglomerate is said to be closing in a buyout of a high-end supermarket chain while JD.com invests $100 million in Li & Fung.
Asia’s real estate professionals are starting 2020 with a flurry of new roles as the mis-adventures of Japanese venture capital firm SoftBank help drive the largest portion of Mingtiandi’s list of job switches from around the region. In India, Oyo… Read More>>
A disgraced property tycoon leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that, nine months after completing a prison sentence for bribery, the real estate mogul is returning to the family business.
The logistics unit of an ecommerce giant leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as the the e-commerce giant mulls an IPO that could potentially raise $10 billion.
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An Internet giant leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today as the company wins approval to develop an $850 million data centre in Taiwan, its second in the country.
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After its founder filed for personal bankruptcy in the US just last week, Chinese tech startup LeEco has seen its Beijing headquarters put up for sale by the capital’s courts after the electronics-to-video streaming group failed to make payment on… Read More>>
The real estate unit of mainland e-commerce giant JD.com says it is teaming up with more than 200 Chinese property developers to offer homes at half their market value for the Singles’ Day online shopping festival coming up next month.
Mainland e-commerce giant JD.com and Internet security provider Qihoo 360 Technology have agreed to buy a combined HK$491 million ($62.87 million) stake in Shenzhen-based residential property manager Colour Life, according to a statement to the stock exchange by the Hong Kong-listed… Read More>>
Chinese e-commerce giant JD Group has bought an aging landmark hotel in Beijing for RMB 2.68 billion ($396 million), with the world’s third-largest Internet firm saying that it plans to convert the facility for business and R&D use.
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JD.com this week announced a partnership with one of China’s biggest housing brokers, 5i5j, to make it easier for the nearly 500,000 monthly visitors to China’s second largest ecommerce player to buy and lease homes online.
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