China’s State-Run Companies Rush to Liquidate Real Estate Equities

Securities Times | June 24, 2019

More than a dozen large state-owned enterprises in China are liquidating their equity holdings in real estate projects recently. As real estate used to be the main fuel for China’s GDP growth, as well as a main source of revenues for its state-run companies, the liquidation activities has drawn considerable attention.

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For generations, public markets have been the beating heart of capitalism, reaching their zenith in the latter part of 20th Century, when stock markets in Wall Street, the City of London, Hong Kong, and others were the great centers of capital raising, corporate investment and growth.

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