Spanish developer falls with €2.3bn debt – Times Online

November 30, 2008,AEST

Times Online reports ”The crisis in the Spanish construction sector claimed another victim yesterday as the country’s fifth biggest property development company went into administration. Promociones Habitat said it had financial commitments of up to €2.3 billion (£1.93 billion).” [SOURCE: | Read More

Building urban India – Columnist – livemint.com

October 23, 2008,AEST

India’s cities face many challenges, and one looms larger than the rest: How much will it cost to build our urban infrastructure? read more @ the SOURCE: livemint.com – Building urban India – Columnist –

Government to boost Chinese property market

October 17, 2008,AEST

Facing a housing market lull which could drag China’s economy further in the backdrop of a worldwide financial crisis, Beijing is probing possibilities to loosen its macro control to activate the real estate sector. As many as 18 Chinese cities, | Read More

Companies moving inland from coastal region

October 13, 2008,AEST

China Daily gives an insight into the companies moving inland from the Shanghai and surrounding coastal cities – higher land, construction and labour costs. “A changing industrial landscape is unfolding in China’s most prosperous coastal region…….read more @ the SOURCE: | Read More

Top 50 most expensive office spaces in the world – CBRE

May 31, 2008,AEST

According to CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. (CBRE) Research’s semi-annual Global Market Rents survey cities came in the Top 10 most expensive cities in the world.  London’s West End is once again the world’s most expensive office market, while rapidly-rising Moscow climbed to | Read More

Ecotourism in Yunnan (5 Part Series)

December 28, 2007,AEST

Ecotourism is becoming more popular in China and Lila Buckley of the Globalist took a hands on approach to reasearching Eco-tourism for herself.An interesting read about the growing trend of Eco-tourism in China. read more at The Globalist

Saudi Arabia to invest in new cities to tap growth

December 26, 2007,AEST

Saudi Arabia, like other Gulf Cooperation Council countries, has decided to create “new cities” to accomplish growth in the real estate sector – a proven growth driver for other economies in the region. Six economic cities have been announced in | Read More

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