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BEIJING (AFP): China's troubled property giant Evergrande has made a key offshore interest payment a day ahead of a weekend deadline, state media said Friday (Oct 22), averting a default for now.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): The acceleration of investment in transport infrastructure is the main driving force fueling real estate stocks as many businesses with large land plots located in areas near key infrastructure projects will benefit from this process.
KUALA LUMPUR: Moody’s Analytics expects China to make every effort to avoid a hard landing as it seeks to tame the housing market while financing pressure on developers has mounted.
IN the world of finance, leveraged buyouts (LBOs) are sometimes seen as controversial – the domain of fictional villain Gordon Gekko from “Wall Street” – where firms borrow large sums of money to buy their targets.
BEIJING (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The world’s most indebted developer Evergrande Group said it will prioritise its home buyers and retail investors as it faces payment on some of its offshore bonds on Thursday (Sept 23).
THERE is a common joke in China’s real estate fraternity. When the real estate market is bad, buyers will complain about everything during the property handover. But during a bull market, if you handover a unit without a front door, they would still gladly take possession.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Malaysia has successfully priced and placed out the issuance of four-year RM323 million Islamic Medium Term Notes (IMTN) by property developer EXSIM Group (EXSIM) at a fixed profit rate of 4.5 per cent per annum.
SHANGHAI: Shares and bonds in China Evergrande, the country's most indebted developer, plunged for a second day on Tuesday, after sales of two real estate projects were suspended by local authorities, escalating worries over its financial health.
A MALAYSIAN project was among 29 of the world’s best property developments announced via an online live broadcast.
PHUKET, Nov 23 (AFP): Coronavirus has wrought havoc across the world, but for Thailand's "sea gypsies" it has brought welcome respite from the threat of mass tourism.