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As the Communist Party prepares for a twice-a-decade transition of power, its leaders have set their sights on big-game scalps in China's private sector.
Dalian Wanda, whose founder Wang Jianlin has a $33 billion fortune, is selling its hotel operations and theme-park business to Sunac in a switch to an investor-friendly asset-light model.
China's national soccer team struggles on the national stage. Chinese soccer investors, however, are some of the best in the world.
Real estate is finally back in fashion for investors, with assets topping $2.5 trillion. Those looking for something a little higher along the risk-reward curve are coming to Asia.
Mainland developers have already set records for raw land in Hong Kong and are buying plots at new highs in Singapore. Where's next?
Chinese buyers are the latest in a long line of Asian acquirers of top European soccer teams.
India is starting to demonstrate many characteristics that drove Chinese growth at a rapid clip in recent years.
Tiny markets like Malta, Lithuania and Iceland are up there with leader Turkey in terms of home-price growth over the last year.
Tokyo and Sydney ditched for speculative plays, a new report shows.
Chinese yuan are converting into U.S. dollars at an intense pace as Chinese tourists become more adventurous.