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Major Chinese property developers report monthly sales growth
Sales of China's leading property developers saw robust growth in March amid the economic recovery from the novel coronavirus outbreak, an industry report showed.
China's top property developers see net profit gains in 2019
China's top real estate developers reported better profitability last year, the China Securities Journal reported Wednesday.
Evergrande Group sees booming property sales online in Feb.
A total of 99,141 housing units developed by China Evergrande Group were subscribed online in February, with a total value of 102.67 billion yuan (about 14.69 billion U.S. dollars) after the discount
Leading property developers see steady sales growth in January
Some leading property developers saw steady sales growth in January, according to recent data.
Economic Watch: China's home prices remain stable amid targeted regulation
House prices in 70 major Chinese cities remained stable in December as regulators continued to limit speculation.
China property developers to see leverage improve: Moody's
China's property developers will see lower leverage in the next 12 to 18 months as revenue growth outpaces debt growth, a report showed.
Major Chinese property developers report strong sales growth
Major property developers in China saw better-than-expected sales growth in September, but tightened financing and market regulation still point to pressure on the industry in the coming months.
Property developer Greenland posts 46 pct profit growth in H1
Greenland Holdings Co., Ltd., a major property developer in China, said its net profits for the first half of 2019 rose 45.7 percent year on year to 8.8 billion yuan (about 1.3 billion U.S. dollars).
China's developer Greenland posts 26 pct net profit growth in Q1
Greenland Holdings Corp. Ltd., a major property developer in China, said its net profits for the first quarter of this year rose 26 percent year on year to 4.4 billion yuan (657 million U.S. dollars).
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