Analysts from Morgan Stanley say that China has achieved some success in reducing economic inequality, putting it on track to meet the World Bank’s high-income country threshold by 2025.
One of China’s leading real estate figures says that the country’s housing prices are still “far from rational,” and that the ongoing urbanisation process is set to maintain strong demand for years to come.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has taken the unprecedented step of denying all IPO applications brought before it on a single day.
One of the China Banking Regulatory Commission’s senior-most official says the country’s economy could face tough times ahead.
The official news publication of the Chinese central bank has signalled a more rapid shift in its policy framework from quantitative tools towards pricing-based adjustments, as well as a “twin-pillar framework” that puts equal emphasis upon macro-prudential policy.
Tightened conditions for domestic financing amidst China’s ongoing deleveraging campaign have compelled the country’s real estate enterprises to look abroad for funding.
The transaction volumes for pre-owned homes in the Chinese capital have posted a year-on-year plunge for the first tenth months of 2017, as property values continue to decline.
The National Development and Reform Commission has unveiled plans to monitor the overseas activities of Chinese companies and citizens in order to prevent illegal conduct from causing repetitional harm.
Standard & Poor’s chief Asia Pacific economist says that China’s current levels of debt expansion are too high, and need to be dialled down if Beijing hopes to achieve sustainable growth.
China Vanke has set its sights on the residential leasing market, following Beijing’s decision to make expansion of the home rental sector a key plank of efforts to improve housing supply.