Safe Havens: Global Real Estate Assets of Chinese Companies
New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel regularly makes headlines when it hosts celebrities. But in 2014 it made the news.
| Mar. 29 2016
A (Big) Fish Called Wanda: Wang Jianlin’s Business Empire
Dalian Wanda Group has its fingers in many pies: from real estate and retail to sports and entertainment.
| Sep. 17 2015
Easing monetary policy won’t save China’s industrial economy
A new CKGSB survey shows that with excessive capacity and rising costs, easing monetary policy won't save China's.
| Nov. 20 2014
Chinese Outbound Investment in Real Estate: Brick by Brick
Anbang Insurance's purchase of New York's iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel stunned many, but it's only the tip.
| Oct. 16 2014
Air Pollution in China: What’s at Stake?
How serious is air pollution in China and how is the country addressing it at a policy level? Also, what.
| Aug. 4 2014
Aging Population in China: Having a Senior Moment
The aging population in China needs a housing solution. So what’s stopping the industry from booming? Since the beginning.
| Jul. 22 2014
Real Estate in China: If You Build It, Will they Come?
Real estate in China has gone into a downward spiral and the slowing property market is casting a shadow over.
| Jul. 15 2014
China Roundup: China’s Slowing Economy; Tencent’s Profits Up; and Facebook’s China Office
The week that was: China’s slowing economy; Tencent profit rises on growth in online games; Alibaba battles fakes.
| May. 16 2014
Download the June 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine: Future of Freemium
You are invited to download the June issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like: COVER.
| Jul. 1 2013
Charting a New Course
Vantone chairman Feng Lun on pioneering a new business model for China’s real estate industry With China’.
| Oct. 19 2012
No Silver Bullet: Tapping China’s Elder-Care Segment
Thanks to the changing population demographics in China, the aging market has become a huge business opportunity. But tapping it.
| Oct. 16 2012
Will China’s property price drop hit its consumption growth?
Real estate has been a major contributing factor for China’s GDP within the past few years. However, it.
| Jul. 1 2011