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Shanghai Hospitality 2H 2015

Shanghai Hospitality 2H 2015

22 September 2015

The hotel market in China has seen remarkable growth over the last decade. According to 2013 figures provided by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), China has propelled itself into its new position as the largest tourism hub in Asia and the fourth largest in the world. This can be attributed to key events, such as the Olympics and the Expo. This increase in demand in recent years has led to a diversification in the types of hotels entering the China market.

 
 
 
Shenyang Retall 2H 2015

Shenyang Retall 2H 2015

22 September 2015

Over the past six months, Shenyang’s GDP growth rate has further slowed, registering at RMB334.22 billion at the end of 1H/2015 at a growth rate of 3.8%, much lower than China’s national GDP. Other major indicators also appear to be slowing. In 1H/2015, Shenyang’s total investment in fixed assets amounted to RMB319.2 billion, down 11 percentage points (ppts) year-on-year (YoY). Real estate investment amounted to RMB75.06 billion, down 32.4% YoY. Boosted by the spring festiva

 
 
 
Shenzhen Office 2H 2015

Shenzhen Office 2H 2015

22 September 2015

Nation-wide GDP continued to increase in Q2/2015, and at a faster rate than in Q1/2015. National fixed assets rose 11.4% year-on-year (YoY), while real estate investment rose 5% YoY. In contrast to the same period last year, the national economy seems to be in a state of recovery.

 
 
 
Singapore Residential 2H 2015

Singapore Residential 2H 2015

22 September 2015

Many academic commentaries compare and contrast Singapore and Hong Kong. From topics as diverse as labour productivity and social mobility to the quality of life for an expatriate, these two economies have been like magnets, drawing contributions from different analytical sources. Of course, this is wholly understandable: both are Asian, coastal cities with high population densities. However,  there are subtle and overt differences between Singapore and Hong Kong. For example, Hong Kong

 
 
 
Tianjin Office 2H 2015

Tianjin Office 2H 2015

22 September 2015

It cannot be denied that the Chinese economy is experiencing a change in gear from one that turned out to be a little high for the long-term economy, as evidenced by the slowing GDP growth in the first half of 2015. However, this slowing serves as a new state of play for the economy as it develops into a new normal.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential 2H 2015

Tokyo Residential 2H 2015

22 September 2015

Since the launch of Abenomics, Japan’s real estate industry has experienced a recovery, due to the policy support the Abe administration has given the industry.

 
 
 
Vietnam Residential 2H 2015

Vietnam Residential 2H 2015

22 September 2015

In Q2/2015, villas, townhouses and land plots performed well, with demand increasing for affordably priced small and medium-size properties. In this report we take a closer look at Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city in Vietnam.

 
 
 
Dalian Office 2H 2015

Dalian Office 2H 2015

18 September 2015

Dalian is a major seaport city, located on the southern tip of the Eastern Liaoning Peninsula. It is one of northeast China’s most important financial and transportation (particularly shipping and logistics) hubs. Due largely to its proximity, Dalian has strong ties to other East Asia countries, such as South Korea and Japan.

 
 
 
Bali Hospitality 1H 2015

Bali Hospitality 1H 2015

27 May 2015

Indonesia’s Travel & Tourism (T&T) sector is the 16th largest globally, in line with its GDP rank. By 2030, it is forecast to be a top ten GDP country and in the last decade to 2014, annual GDP growth has been 6% or above, whilst GDP per capita has quadrupled.

 
 
 
Jakarta Hospitality 1H 2015

Jakarta Hospitality 1H 2015

27 May 2015

Indonesia’s Travel & Tourism (T&T) sector is the 16th largest globally, in line with its GDP rank. By 2030, it is forecast to be a top ten GDP country and in the last decade to 2014, annual GDP growth has been 6% or above, whilst GDP per capita has quadrupled.

 
 
 

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