Hospitality operators desperate to show signs of life make their way to the top of Asia’s real estate headlines today as Wang Jianlin’s Wanda teams up with the country’s second-largest e-commerce provider to create a gadget-themed hotel, and the mainland’s… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group, China’s largest commercial property builder, is reportedly in the crosshairs of the country’s top leadership as China slams the brakes on an overseas acquisition binge by ambitious private firms.
A set of penalties levied against Wanda are… Read More>>
Xi Jinping has made the enforcement of party discipline and service to the state a hallmark of his administration, and now it appears that China’s supreme leader is even trying to bring the country’s buildings into line.
China’s state council,… Read More>>
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Will China’s Two-Child Policy Boost Housing Demand?
China’s latest move to scrap its one-child policy buoyed property developer stocks Friday on… Read More>>
Since coming to power two years ago, Xi Jinping has tightened his grip on everything from Internet gossip to official corruption, now it appears that China’s new leadership is asserting authority over the aesthetics of new buildings.
And according to… Read More>>
The head of China’s top graft buster launched “Operation Fox Hunt 2014” just three months ago to track down fleeing officials and their fraudulent gains, and the new anti-corruption initiative already seems to be leading to Australia’s booming real estate… Read More>>
China’s President Xi Jinping has been busy this year fighting off fears of an economic collapse, rooting out corrupt officials and attempting to calm protests in Hong Kong, but the leader of the world’s most populous nation still had… Read More>>
As China pushes forward with president Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive, the government seems to be paying increasing attention to the country’s real estate market.
In the last four days, three significant steps have been taken to clamp down on corruption… Read More>>
China took a step designed to both cool down its housing market and perk up its economy last week when it set aside RMB 119.3 billion ($19.2 billion) to build low cost homes.
According to a story in the Wall… Read More>>
China created a new government agency on Thursday, which normally isn’t big news, but the new bureau set up to track real estate assets nationwide could become a key weapon in Xi Jinping’s struggle to tame his own bureaucracy.
The… Read More>>