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Commercial banks: Government measures to boost property sector

BANGKOK, 15 October 2015  – Commercial banks have greeted the government’s assistance measures for the property sector with a welcome, saying that the measures...

Thailand Property Awards 2012 – who judges it?

With the Thailand Property Awards 2012 almost upon us, there has already been a great deal of interest and a good number of questions...

More firms register for business in Thailand

BANGKOK, Sept 10 – Thailand’s commerce ministry registered 5,584 new companies in August, an 11 per cent increase year on year thanks to...

Raimon Land sails into profit with The River

Company announces strong second quarter figures and says new Bangkok projects imminent Property developer Raimon Land has reported a strong swing back to profitability...

Opus offers an opulent choice in Hong Kong

Property watchers have had their first glimpse of Opus Hong Kong, the first residential project in Asia by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry, which...

Expert urges ban on loans for Taiwan’s overpriced real estate

A Taiwanese business expert has urged the nation’s central bank to formulate more stringent measures to control housing prices Professor Chang...

Leading Malaysian developer enters Indonesia

Malaysia’s leading publicly listed property developer S P Setia Berhad is expanding its business to Indonesia with high expectations that Southeast Asia’s largest economy...

Mixed views on land acquisition in a cooler Malaysian market

Research analysts and property consultants have mixed views about developers that have been buying sizeable parcels of land recently, as the real estate market...

Chinese green building expert shares expertise with Malaysia

In order to promote a greener and more efficient living environment, the senior vice president of the Broad Group from China, Juliet Jiang, was...

China’s home prices will dip, report says

Property prices in China will dip this year but a tumble is unlikely, according to a report recently released by the China Academy of...

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