China’s belt and road could be back on track in Malaysia after the country’s new government worked out a plan with the Chinese contractors set to build a new rail project in the country. Also in the news today, Hong… Read More>>
Hangovers suffered from China’s cross-border buying binge dominate the real estate news across the region today, with familiar players HNA, Country Garden and CCCC taking leading roles in some financial drama. A day after HNA reported the untimely death of… Read More>>
China’s Belt and Road initiative leads the region’s real estate news again today as a report deals how the global infrastructure program has led to mainland control of strategic infrastructure in Sri Lanka. Investors of a smaller scale are also… Read More>>
Asian logistics developer ESR has picked up more funding on its path to a planned IPO, announcing it has closed an investment from a private equity fund of CLSA, a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned investment bank CITIC.
The funding from… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, a global real estate investment manager is seeking to raise $500 million for a new property fund targetting major cities in Japan, while another investment heavyweight has picked up an office building in downtown… Read More>>
Global property brokerage Colliers International has put its managing director for North China in charge of a new national business platform to strengthen its valuation and advisory services.
The NASDAQ-listed firm announced that it has named Li Jie to a… Read More>>
You leave the time zone for a few weeks and the next thing you know, someone wants to double the number of McDonald’s in China. If that news of fast food fortune isn’t enough for you, also among today’s headlines… Read More>>
China’s acquisition-happy HNA has captured global headlines again this week with its S$1.39 billion ($990 million) offer for Singaporean logistics services company CWT. Should the mainland conglomerate succeed in that nearly-billion dollar buy, HNA would also instantly make itself a… Read More>>