Logistics leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that Singapore’s competition watchdog has given the go-ahead for the proposed merger of ARA Asset Management’s logistics business into the operations of a leading… Read More>>
The buyer of Dalian Wanda’s Australian projects may be watching their development from a distance after Huang Xiangmo, a Chinese billionaire who became one of Australia’s biggest political donors had his citizenship application rejected and his residency permit revoked down… Read More>>
China Evergrande, the country’s second-biggest developer by sales, is reported to have taken over a stalled RMB 13 billion ($2 billion) commercial project near the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.
Evergrande is now the owner of the project, Hongyuan Shengshi International… Read More>>
Holy Week was a good time to get deals done for some of the region’s biggest real estate investors, with Morgan Stanley’s Asia core fund buying a Melbourne asset from TH Real Estate, and Blackstone teaming up with a Chinese… Read More>>
Half the region is on the beach this week or staying at home gorging themselves on mooncakes, but the team here at Mingtiandi is still at the controls of our information machine, and today we’re bringing you the inside story… Read More>>
One of the UK’s biggest private equity firms is ready to invest in India’s retail sector, and now has the backing of major Dutch pension manager. Also in the headlines today, China’s Wanxiang Group continues its string of US real… Read More>>
One of China’s biggest investors in US real estate may also be its leading trader in North Korean minerals, according to reports last week on Radio Free Asia, citing North Korean sources within China.
Wanxiang Group is the largest importer… Read More>>
Geolo Capital, the private equity firm controlled by Hyatt heir John Pritzker has announced a partnership with Wanxiang America to invest up to $1 billion in US hotels.
Wanxiang America, the US branch of Hangzhou’s Wanxiang Group, is already one… Read More>>
While companies such as Greenland Group and Dalian Wanda have grabbed global headlines for their billion dollar real estate projects in the US, a Chinese auto parts manufacturer says it has bought many more American properties than these famous developers.
According to a recent report, Chinese firms are snatching up US companies at a record pace in 2012, with investment already reaching US$8 billion this year.
The increase in purchases is seen as a result of the ongoing depression in… Read More>>