China has suddenly stopped buying foreign property

China's President, Xi Jinping, reviewed an honour guard in London in 2015. Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images LONDON — The Chinese pulled 84% of their overseas property investments globally in the first half of 2017 after the government began officially ... ( read original story ...)

Trump to Wait on China Intellectual Property Probe

President Donald Trump plans to wait at least a week and possibly longer on moving forward with a trade investigation of China on intellectual property violations after the country backed UN Security Council sanctions on North Korea, an administration ... ( read original story ...)

China banking regulator says property loan risks under control

BEIJING, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Risks surrounding China's real estate loans are under control, the country's banking regulator said on Tuesday. The non-performing property loan ratio was only at 0.49 percent by end of the first quarter, 1.49 percentage points ... ( read original story ...)

Trump Is Said to Wait on China Intellectual Property Probe

President Donald Trump plans to wait at least a week and possibly longer on moving forward with a trade investigation of China on intellectual property violations after the country backed UN Security Council sanctions on North Korea, an administration ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Great Property Pullback

Nisha Gopalan is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering deals and banking. She previously worked for the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones as an editor and a reporter. That whoosh you just heard? It's Chinese money pulling back from property in London to ... ( read original story ...)

China tries to calm US trade spat while readying riposte

China sought to stabilise the deteriorating trade relationship with the US, as the prospect of an investigation by the Trump administration on intellectual property raised the risk of tit-for-tat measures from Beijing. US officials are gearing up to ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Orders Expulsion of American Academic

Is it the U.S. or China?” “My family and my home are all here,” he added. “I have property in Singapore, too. How can they treat me like this? If they have evidence, they should take me to court.” The United States counts Singapore as a close ... ( read original story ...)