Nomura positive on long-term demand in China’s property market

BEIJING - Demand in China's property market will continue to be strong in the coming 5 to 10 years, Asian investment bank Nomura said Monday. "We are upbeat on China's real estate demand in the medium and long term," Elly Chen, head of China real estate ... ( read original story ...)

China: Cheap American grain is hurting our farmers

Trump will decide on other potential trade sanctions against China in the coming months based on the results of U.S. investigations into steel, aluminum and intellectual property infringement. China has taken measures against specific products like sorghum ... ( read original story ...)

China to Probe U.S. Sorghum Subsidies

Trump also is considering whether to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, while the U.S. Trade Representative’s office is probing China’s intellectual-property practices. Read More: Trump-China Trade Clash Fears Flare Anew One Year Later If ... ( read original story ...)

Dutch firm finds sweet spot despite property restrictions

An employee selects paint from a stack at AkzoNobel NV's paint factory in Ashington, the United Kingdom. Provided to CHINA DAILY Global paints and coatings company AkzoNobel said it expects its business growth in the Chinese market to "maintain the current ... ( read original story ...)

Chinese property developers in debt refinance push

Large Chinese property developers are raising funds to refinance their debt, as investors voice concern over borrowing in the sector and authorities clamp down on leverage. Country Garden, Longfor Properties and China Evergrande Group are among China’s ... ( read original story ...)