In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, logistics titan ESR acquires a Delhi industrial site from local property firm TARC, analysts predict a muted start to the Lunar New Year for Hong Kong’s housing market, and Chinese developer Dahua Group… Read More>>
Singapore’s ever-active sovereign wealth fund is back in the news again today as GIC is said to be signing up for a 30 percent slice of Starbucks’ Korea operation, as the American coffee firm exits a joint venture with Shinsegae… Read More>>
A Chinese property listings portal leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that Tencent and Hillhouse joined a $2.4 billion funding round led by a $500 million commitment from Softbank.
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In this week’s edition of People in the News, the CEO of a mainland China conglomerate’s sports and media arm has resigned for personal reasons, just over a month after the company scored an IPO own goal.
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A Singapore REIT leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the real estate investment trust has targeted Australia’s fifth largest city with a $104 million office buy.
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At the top of today’s roundup, automated retail is all the rage in China, with a startup that operates checkout-free convenience stores and snack shelves bagging a new investment round led by Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial. Co-working is also in… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup of people moves, Singapore developer CDL’s Millennium & Copthorne Hotels has named a veteran hospitality executive as its new group CEO. Also among the familiar faces showing up in new places this week is a retail real estate… Read More>>
The new year has dawned and at least a few of the region’s real estate executives will be starting 2018 at new desks as we browse through the list of who took on a new role this week. We start… Read More>>
China is famous for its paperwork, but many Mingtiandi readers may not yet know about the three different purchase contracts often being used to buy housing in the country’s heavily regulated markets. Also in the news today, Starbucks goes super-venti… Read More>>
Starbucks is buying out its East China joint venture for around $1.3 billion in the company’s biggest acquisition ever, as growth shows signs of cooling in the American coffee chain’s home market. The cash deal will give the Seattle-based company… Read More>>