Mainland investors are back in a buying mood, according to news reports from China today, but the world’s biggest co-working provider may be feeling suddenly budget-conscious in Hong Kong a new account from Reuters says. Meanwhile in Singapore, the landlords… Read More>>
Landing International Development, a Hong Kong-listed casino builder, reported to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Thursday that the company is unable to contact its 47-year-old chairman Yang Zhihui, who controls 50.48 percent of the company.
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The new governor of South Korea’s Jeju island has decided that Chinese property projects in the gambling mecca, including a $2.2 billion casino and a 63-storey resort tower, need a second look and this could mean trouble for some mainland… Read More>>
After signing a daring deal in February to launch a US$2.2 billion resort and casino on Korea’s Jeju Island, the chairman of a little known Chinese real estate developer raised HK$661 million (US$85 million) to develop the project. Now, however,… Read More>>
Korean banks on South Korea’s Jeju island have reported as much as a thirty-fold increase in Chinese clients thanks to a series of real estate development schemes aimed at attracting Chinese homebuyers and vacationers to the resort location.
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A Chinese developer is teaming up with the company behind one of Singapore’s Sentosa casinos to invest US$2.2 billion in a new gambling-centred project in South Korea, the companies announced this week.
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While Shanghai’s Greenland Group was grabbing headlines this week with its billion dollar London deals, Beijing-based Macrolink Real Estate quietly secured deals worth a total of RMB 640 million (US$105 million) in Malaysia and South Korea.
The Shenzhen-listed firm’s Hong Kong unit is setting up a joint venture with a South Korean partner to acquire RMB 340 million (US$56 million) in land on South Korea’s Jeju island.
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
The “Jeju Dream Tower,” or “Twin Building” will be built… Read More>>