Strong demand for China's monetised products after Penghua Qianhai Vanke Reit

Strong demand for China's monetised products after Penghua Qianhai Vanke Reit
"The Penghua Reit demonstrates the Chinese government's continuing interest in encouraging an attractive equity product to help developers transition to a more asset-light balance sheet, diversify their sources of funding from debt, and meeting China's …
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Air Products wins 2015 Best Brand Image Award in China for second year in a row
“It's a great honor for us to have received this recognition for the second straight year,” said Saw Choon Seong, China president, Industrial Gases, at Air Products. “Air Products is committed to bringing innovative technologies and solutions, safety …
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China's Call for Stock Purchases to Aid Market Is Boon for Banks – Bloomberg
At China Merchants Bank Co., such products have a 1:2 leverage ratio and the funding can only be used to buy the stock of companies profitable for at least one year and with market values of at least 5 billion yuan, according to an official at the …
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George HW Bush in fair condition after breaking bone in neck

George HW Bush in fair condition after breaking bone in neck
Bush, at 91 the oldest living former president, was hospitalized in fair condition Thursday, a day after he fell at his home in Kennebunkport, officials said. The fracture to his C2 vertebrae didn't impinge on his spine and didn't lead to any …
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Doctor: 3-4 months for George HW Bush's fracture to heal
In this March 29, 2015, file photo, former President George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara Bush, left, speak before a college basketball game between Gonzaga and Duke, in the NCAA basketball tournament in Houston. (Source: AP/David J. Phillip). By …
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Shanghai Disney theme park to feature 'distinctly Chinese' cultural elements
Shanghai Disney, which is 57% owned by the state-owned investment consortium Shanghai Shendi and 43% by Disney, represents a huge potential new revenue source for the Burbank-based entertainment giant, complementing and enhancing its film, TV and …
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