The China Banking Regulatory Commission has launched new measures to contain risk exposure for the country’s three policy banks.
Risk concerns amongst Chinese banks could further constrain lending to the property development sector in the lead up to the end of 2017.
Beijing has re-opened the gates to the overseas debt market for Chinese real estate developers, as property controls begin to prove effective at taming overheating housing markets.
Chinese outbound foreign direct investment for the first ten months of the year has plunged by over 40% compared to the same period in 2016.
China’s holdings of US Treasuries fell for the first time this year in September, yet the country continues to remain America’s biggest sovereign creditor.
China is accelerating reform of its state-owned enterprise sector, with finalisation of the list of government companies for the third round of mixed-ownership trials
Chinese household wealth is expected to post roaring growth over the next five years, with an increase of around USD$10 trillion to hit $39 trillion by 2022.
Analysts say the recent raft of disappointing economic data points to a slowdown in key investment drivers that will continue to weigh on China’s near-term growth.
The Chinese asset management sector will see five fold growth over the next decade to become the world’s second largest by 2030, according to a new report from Deloitte’s consulting unit Casey Quirk.
The Chinese central government hopes to use real estate investment trusts (REIT’s) to foster the growth of the home rental market, as part of efforts to alleviate housing pressure and burgeoning real estate prices in the nation’s key urban centres.