Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda Group leads today’s roundup of real estate news from around the region, as the mall developer struggles to get creditors to agree to a delay in its Hong Kong IPO. Also in the headlines, a pair… Read More>>
Two of the three major credit ratings agencies have downgraded units of China’s Dalian Wanda Group after it asked holders of a $600 million bond to wait an extra year for repayment.
Fitch Ratings on Wednesday downgraded the key businesses… Read More>>
China’s one-time richest man leads today’s collection of real estate headlines from around the region as Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda Group asks investors to give it a bit more time to try for a much-delayed Hong Kong IPO. Also making… Read More>>
The future of Hong Kong leads today’s set of real estate headlines from around Asia Pacific as chief executive John Lee acts to revive the city’s faltering housing market. Also in the news, Country Garden is formally deemed to be… Read More>>
After failing three times previously, Dalian Wanda Group is taking another stab at listing its mall management unit on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
Zhuhai Wanda Commercial Management filed an application proof for a Hong Kong initial public offering last… Read More>>
Chinese regulators have asked Dalian Wanda Commercial Management to provide additional details on its application for a Hong Kong initial public offering, fuelling worries over the ability of the country’s largest commercial developer to meet its listing deadline this year.
In today’s roundup of regional real estate headlines, a court order puts $278 million worth of Wanda Commercial shares on ice, and giant cracks in the road spark an evacuation at a Country Garden residential project in northern China. Also… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional real estate headlines, Canada’s second-largest pension fund reportedly pauses investment in China, and Sichuan-based developer Languang is set to lose its listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange after nine years of trading. Also in the… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional headlines, Chinese developer Dalian Wanda reportedly looks to sell 20 malls for about $100 million each, as mainland credit woes help push distressed real estate debt levels to $190 billion globally. Also in the news,… Read More>>
China’s largest commercial developer has failed for a third time to achieve a listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, with the status of Zhuhai Wanda Commercial Management Group’s application for an initial public offering being updated to invalid as… Read More>>