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Longfor to ramp up emphasis on residential and commercial property leasing

2017-12-18 scmp
Longfor Properties Co, one of the mainland’s top 10 developers, is seeking to expand its footprint in commercial and residential property leasing in an effort to tap new growth engines as the domestic property market cools.

Jones Day welcomes M&A partner Charles Chau in Hong Kong

2017-08-16 marketwired
HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - Aug 16, 2017) - The global law firm Jones Day has announced that Charles Chau has joined the Firm's Hong Kong Office as a partner in its M&A Practice.

ICD and Wingate sell Fitness First gym for $17.55m

2017-05-30 theage.com.au
ICD Property, the Chinese-backed developer of one of Melbourne's largest high-rise residential towers, and investment firm Wingate have cashed out of a Fitness First investment in Cheltenham for $17.55 million.

ICD and Wingate sell Fitness First gym for $17.55m

2017-05-30 smh.com.au
ICD Property, the Chinese-backed developer of one of Melbourne's largest high-rise residential towers, and investment firm Wingate have cashed out of a Fitness First investment in Cheltenham for $17.55 million.

China's Most Profitable Industry Becomes One of the Toughest

2016-10-06 seekingalpha
Chinese real estate is no longer the easiest legal risk-adjusted money-making business in the world. It’s been a swift reversal. The impact will be felt across the board, by larger publicly-traded real estate developers like Xinyuan Real Estate Co., Ltd. (NYSE:XIN) , SOHO China Limited (OTCPK:SOHOF), Sino-Ocean Land Holdings Limited (OTCPK:SIOLF) and Central China Real Estate Limited (0832.HK) as well as REITs with exposure to China’s property market.

Real Estate Prices in China: For Many, Higher Means Happier

2016-10-06 seekingalpha
China’s government is engaged in mortal combat to control rapidly-rising real estate prices ... or so you would believe from reading the newspapers and listening to all the economic commentary. But it’s not entirely true. The reality is, China’s government is trying to navigate a tricky path between the interests of current homeowners and those who’ve yet to join the housing ladder.

Hong Kong stocks deepen losses, Chinese developers hit hardest

2016-06-10 scmp
Gold shares rally after reports said George Soros is back to the market with bearish investments, favouring gold and gold-mining shares