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Blackstone Deepens China Ties with Tsinghua Scholarship Program

Blackstone Deepens China Ties with Tsinghua Scholarship Program

LI KA-SHING SELLS ASIA’S PRICIEST BUILDING TO CHINA LIFE-LINKED FUND FOR $2.96B

LI KA-SHING SELLS ASIA’S PRICIEST BUILDING TO CHINA LIFE-LINKED FUND FOR $2.96B

CHINA LIFE ACQUIRES $2B STAKE IN US HOTELS FROM STARWOOD CAPITAL

CHINA LIFE ACQUIRES $2B STAKE IN US HOTELS FROM STARWOOD CAPITAL

China’s Aqualand Buys 9th Sydney Site for $105M

China’s Aqualand Buys 9th Sydney Site for $105M

ASCENDAS REIT EXITS CHINA WITH SALE OF SHANGHAI BIZ PARK TO VANKE FOR $163.5M

ASCENDAS REIT EXITS CHINA WITH SALE OF SHANGHAI BIZ PARK TO VANKE FOR $163.5M

Evergrande Invests $1.4B to Buy 5% of China Vanke and More Asia Real Estate Headlines

Evergrande Invests $1.4B to Buy 5% of China Vanke and More Asia Real Estate Headlines

China Life to Ramp Up Overseas Deals in Wake of 67% Profit Plunge

China Life to Ramp Up Overseas Deals in Wake of 67% Profit Plunge

China Vanke Buys First London Office Building for $154 Million

China Vanke Buys First London Office Building for $154 Million

China Investment Corporation (CIC) decided a little retail therapy was in order after announcing it had recorded a loss on overseas investment in 2015 a few months back. For the sovereign wealth fund this shopping binge meant investing 188 million ($206 million) to buy two French malls  its second set of shopping centres in the country.

China Investment Corporation (CIC) decided a little retail therapy was in order after announcing it had recorded a loss on overseas investment in 2015 a few months back. For the sovereign wealth fund this shopping binge meant investing 188 million ($206 million) to buy two French malls its second set of shopping centres in the country.

Once known as Chinas richest woman a costly divorce in 2012 saw Wu Yajun tumble down the list. This year the co-founder and chair of Hong Kong-listed Longfor Properties comes in at number 42 on the China rich list and is the third wealthiest woman in Chinas real estate industry with a net worth of $4 billion.

Once known as Chinas richest woman a costly divorce in 2012 saw Wu Yajun tumble down the list. This year the co-founder and chair of Hong Kong-listed Longfor Properties comes in at number 42 on the China rich list and is the third wealthiest woman in Chinas real estate industry with a net worth of $4 billion.

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