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  1. Business - China Business - PROPERTY

    Minsheng fund goes all out in bid for pricey Shanghai site

    Posted Sep 08th 2014, 03:36pm by Daniel Ren

    ... into the country's strategically important industries. The founding 59 shareholders of the fund are all powerful, privately owned firms in China, including China Minsheng Banking Corp, Suning Commerce Group ... monopolies. "As the state firms' monopolies are removed to make way for the private corporate giants, the struggling millions of small businesses will not benefit," said Ray Lu, ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/1587839/minsheng-fund-goes-all-out-bid-pricey-shanghai-site
  2. Property - Hong Kong & China - PROPERTY

    Interest rate rise fuels Hong Kong property market correction debate

    Posted Dec 30th 2013, 01:03am by SANDY

    ... in demand since early this year," RICS said. "A decline of 10 to 15 per cent in prices could possibly occur in the context of tighter global liquidity next year." ... imported because of the appreciation of the yuan. "We expect nominal income to continue to grow at 5 per cent per year, which will offset the downward pressure, if the potential rate rise ...

    http://www.scmp.com/property/hong-kong-china/article/1392751/interest-rate-rise-fuels-hong-kong-property-market
  3. News - Hong Kong - PROPERTY

    Home sales confusion looms ahead of new law

    Posted Mar 20th 2013, 12:00am by Joyce Ng

    ... would create confusion in the market. As a public organisation, the Urban Renewal Authority should go beyond the role of a private developer and follow the new rules now Lee Wing-tat "As ... of key points from their brochures to help buyers find important information.   ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1194914/home-sales-confusion-looms
  4. Business - China Business - PROPERTY

    Expiring gets expensive as Shanghai cemeteries fill up

    Posted Apr 22nd 2013, 12:00am by Daniel Ren

    ... prices," said Liu Jiancheng, a 60-year-old retired worker. "As long as we can afford to do so now, we are seriously considering buying a tomb. Otherwise we fear we may not be able to afford ... is increasingly needed to address the social problem," Qiao said. "The government needs to show a positive attitude to soothe people's concerns. After all, it's an important matter ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/1220109/expiring-gets-expensive-shanghai-cemeteries-fill

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