China’s property sector has been rocked over fears about the future of real estate giant Evergrande. from: BBC News
Global markets just weeks ago were fretting over the possible failure of Evergrande. Now the developer says the worst is over, even as other companies show signs of trouble. From: New York Times
Growth of 4.9 percent shows the country’s huge industrial sector has run into trouble. But exports and services are looking strong. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Sir Philip and Lady Green spent millions as the retail chain they had off-loaded went to the wall.
from: BBC News Foreign politicians and people accused of corruption have bought homes through offshore firms.
A leak of nearly 12 million files suggested King Abdullah II was among 35 current and former leaders to use secret shell companies to hide their wealth. From: New York Times
Leaked documents reveal a network of offshore companies owned by the ruler since he came to power. from: BBC News
The ex-PM and his wife did not have to pay the tax as they bought the company that owned the house. from: BBC News
The indebted Chinese property giant is said to have missed more payments to overseas investors. from: BBC News
Experts are making increasingly grim predictions about the developer’s ability to hold on without a government bailout, and the consequences of a possible collapse. From: New York Times
The world’s most indebted real estate developer is in crisis – is it too big to fail? from: BBC News
The pandemic response has spurred a greater willingness to tax wages rather than property.
A new law will make it harder for people to recover property lost in World War Two.