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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



China's residential woes: Despite stimulus measures, oversupply problems are creating a sluggish recovery for China's residential sector

Author: Mard Naman

What is going on with China’s housing market? Sales volumes, prices and new development all declined in 2014, despite the lifting or relaxation of home purchase restrictions almost everywhere except the first-tier cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. In addition, an interest rate cut this past November was designed to help stimulate sales.

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Perilous path: Economic rebalancing while stamping out corruption poses challenges for China

Author: Jack Rodman

Anyone who reads the newspaper (Western papers or China Daily) knows a key programme of Chinese President Xi Jinping is to eliminate the fraud and corruption that has plagued the government for decades. From lowly local government officials (who own 10–20 residences) to the highest echelon of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China elite, no-one seems to be exempt from investigation. 

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Taiwan ascends: Taiwan's hot property market shows upside appeal despite China relations

Author: Benjamin Cole

Simply addressing China-Taiwan relations can spark a media firestorm, as Taipei’s maverick mayor Ko Wen-je instigated in January when he “broke etiquette” by declaring Westerners should “convince mainland China that a free and democratic Taiwan is more in China’s interest than reunification.” Ko was instantly pilloried for his Foreign Policy interview by the island’s ruling, Beijing-friendly Kuomintang party, which bluntly advised the mayor to place national interests before his own. 

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Beyond gateway cities: Chinese investors pour billions into overseas real estate

Author: David Ji

Recent years have seen a tremendous surge of Chinese investment into overseas real estate markets. From 2009 to 2014, the total value of Chinese outbound property investment skyrocketed from US$600 million to an estimated US$15 billion. 

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Much to think about: Uncertainty can be made to work for you

Author: Geoffrey Dohrmann

In my opening remarks at our VIP – Americas and VIP – Europe conferences, I always try to recap some of the recurring themes that have arisen during discussions at our Editorial Advisory Board meetings around the world.

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Chinese insurers continue to buy NYC assets

Author: Andrea Waitrovich

The buyer of New York City’s Waldorf Astoria hotel has purchased another Manhattan asset.

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Asia Pacific property stocks edge up slightly in February

Author: Christopher Hartung

After starting off the year in relatively strong form in January, both global and Asia Pacific property stocks were generally positive in February. 

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April 1, 2015: Vol. 7, Number 4



Chinese, Turkish cities rank as world's fastest growing

Author: Mike Consol

Real estate investors are forever looking for fast-growth markets to give them a tide that will lift their boats. A joint study from the Brookings Institution and JP Morgan Chase indicates investors would do well to point those vessels toward China and Turkey.

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