Fast food could turn a quick book for the company behind China’s thousands of Burger King and KFC locations as Yum China looks set to join a growing movement among major mainland corporates to establish secondary listings in Hong Kong.
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.
Singapore’s ARA Asset Management leads today’s real estate headlines in Asia Pacific as the Warburg Pincus-backed fund manager formalises its takeover bid for an Aussie real estate investment firm.
A pair of Softbank-backed startups also reappear with… Read More>>
A flexible office provider leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as the company formerly known as Regus looks to raise $389 million in a share offering.
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A pair of Asian companies doing their best not to own a set of US luxury hotels leads today’s real estate news as Korea’s Mirae Asset Management and China’s Dajia Insurance hurl blame at each other over a failed $5.8… Read More>>
A Softbank-backed hotel company leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the budget accommodation chain has furloughed thousands of staff.
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Oyo Hotels has cut its China staff by more than 72 percent since late 2019, according to a local news report last week, as the Softbank-backed company struggles to reach profitability less than one year after declaring itself the world’s… Read More>>
A Softbank-backed hotel platform leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with a report that the Indian firm plans to cut 60 percent of its workforce in China.
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SoftBank-backed losses lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that Masayoshi Son’s favourite budget hotel chain has reported that its net losses reached $335 million for the year ended 31 March 2019.
Just over seven months ago, India’s Oyo Hotels proclaimed itself the world’s third largest hotel. Now the Softbank-backed startup is cutting headcount in its home market by around one-fifth, as it struggles for profitability.
Valued at as much as $10… Read More>>