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Seoul Retail 1H 2016

Seoul Retail 1H 2016

23 April 2016

The consumer sentiment index, which fell below 100 in the wake of the MERS outbreak, recovered to 100 in January 2016. However, household consumption has remained sluggish amidst slow economic growth, the high level of household debt which reached KRW 1,200 trillion (84% of GDP), and the increase in pension and insurance premiums and taxes, as well as rising unemployment for those in their 20s and early 30s. The expenditure-to-income ratio declined from 77% in 2010 to 72% in 2015, showing a c

 
 
 
Shanghai Investment 1H 2016

Shanghai Investment 1H 2016

23 April 2016

China’s economic growth slowed to a 25-year low of 6.9% in 2015. In response, a series of stimulus policies were launched, bringing increased liquidity to the real estate market and boosting investment activity. Looser monetary policies and a stock market rout have also brought an influx of new capital into Shanghai’s real estate market in search of a safe haven for investment opportunities.

 
 
 
Shenzhen Hospitality 1H 2016

Shenzhen Hospitality 1H 2016

23 April 2016

The Shenzhen star-rated hotel market has been relatively stable for the past five years in terms of average daily rates (ADR). According to the Shenzhen Statistics Bureau, the ADR for star-rated hotels reached RMB470 at the end of 2014. This number shows an increasing trend which is expected to be higher in 2016. From Q1/2015 to Q3/2015, the ADR increased to RMB483 per night.

 
 
 
Singapore Office 1H 2016

Singapore Office 1H 2016

23 April 2016

Owing to uncertainties in global economies and labour disruption issues brought about by the restructuring of the domestic economy, business prospects in Singapore remained modest throughout 2015, with more companies now focused on cost reduction. Furthermore, the decisions of quite a number of financial institutions to scale back or exit risk-taking business lines came much earlier than expected at the start of the year. Consequently, strong leasing activity and the robust rental growth whic

 
 
 
Taiwan Retail 1H 2016

Taiwan Retail 1H 2016

23 April 2016

Taiwan is experiencing a recession, with GDP growth of only 0.85% in 2015, due to the subdued global economy and poor export performance. The weak economy has directly impacted Taiwan’s retail market, with retail sales totalling NT$4.02 trillion in 2015, only up by 0.3% year-on-year (YoY), the lowest growth rate since 2008.

 
 
 
Tianjin Residential 1H 2016

Tianjin Residential 1H 2016

23 April 2016

While Tianjin grabbed international news headlines in 2015 as the site of the Binhai Blast, the city still attracted domestic and foreign investment as it continues to emerge as a strategically vital port on the Bohai Economic Rim (BER), helping further integrate the economies of Beijing and Hebei.

 
 
 
Vietnam Hospitality 1H 2016

Vietnam Hospitality 1H 2016

23 April 2016

Viet Nam is one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in Southeast Asia, driven by the entrance of international hoteliers, an improved visa policy and investment into key infrastructure. Viet Nam was listed by UNWTO in the top 5 ASEAN countries for the highest international visitor volume with approximately eight million arrivals, a CAGR of 9% over the last five years.

 
 
 
Zhuhai Retail 1H 2016

Zhuhai Retail 1H 2016

23 April 2016

Zhuhai is located at the southern end of the Pearl River Delta and is one of the central cities in the area. Over the past three decades, Zhuhai has been growing into a modern tourism city thanks to its beautiful scenery, and is a regional hub for transportation in southwest China.

 
 
 
Savills World Research Asia Pacific

Savills World Research Asia Pacific

01 January 2016

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Beijing Residential 2H 2015

Beijing Residential 2H 2015

22 September 2015

A softening global economy has seen China’s latest GDP figure reach 7.0% growth in Q2/2015, according to the National Statistics Bureau, dropping from 7.4% this time last year. It is forecast to fall further by 2016. While this figure is lower than previously seen, the rebalancing of the economy is expected to continue and growth will continue at a comparably faster rate than other major world cities. Beijing’s GDP growth also reached 7.0% in the first half of 2015, dropping from

 
 
 

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