In this edition of Mingtiandi’s regional roundup, a former Goldman Sachs banker says he warned against doing business with Malaysian financier Jho Low, private equity giant Blackstone emerges as a possible bidder for an Aussie casino empire, and Singapore’s SPH… Read More>>
In our latest roundup of regional news headlines, giant Singapore developer CapitaLand plans stepped-up investment in properties serving China’s fast growing tech sector, e-commerce behemoth Amazon eyes a 30 percent stake in a Korean peer, and Airbnb takes a major… Read More>>
The ongoing unwinding of Malaysia’s 1MDB saga leads today’s real estate headlines from around the region, with the buyer of a Los Angeles hotel once owned by fugitive financier Jho Low revealed in a Wall Street Journal story.
Food leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as a European hypermarket giant buys a set of grocery stores in Taiwan of from a unit of Hong Kong’s Jardine’s for €97 million ($109 million).
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A Malaysian fugitive leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the alleged mastermind of the 1MDB scam has agreed to forfeit property assets that include a boutique hotel in Beverly Hills… Read More>>
A Singapore mall leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that two major property developers have paid the S$400M bill for their joint shopping expedition, while a Hong Kong-based private equity firm… Read More>>
Casinos lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that Australia’s king of gambling has given up a $1.3 billion chunk of his business to the son of Macau’s Godfather of Gambling, while… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of real estate headlines from Asia, Hong Kong’s housing rebound leads the way with home sales reaching new records over the weekend.
Elsewhere in the region, the investors behind an online to offline coffee startup seem eager… Read More>>
It looks as if the US government has beaten Chinese developer Greenland Group to a 41 percent stake in Park Lane Hotel, following the Shanghai-based company’s quiet retreat from a Manhattan acquisition it first announced in May of this year.