Thursday, June 20, 2013

Volatile trends in China's real estate - Wei Gu

Wei Gu
Real estate prices went up 5.7% in May, while the rest of the economy including shares is dropping. WSJ's wealth editor Wei Gu discusses real estate trends with Michael Klibaner of Jones Lang LaSalle. Project developers and buyers anticipate government intentions, concludes Wei Gu. "Damned if you do, damned if you don't."

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China Weekly Hangout

The upcoming cyber war is the subject of next week's +China Weekly Hangout . The revelations by Edward Snowden showed that the US is preparing a military shake-out, as both China, Russia and other countries are building up their cyber war capacities too. Joining us are former security consultant +Mathew Hoover and media en communication lecturer +Paul Fox of the Hong Kong University. Moderation by +Fons Tuinstra, president of the China Speakers Bureau.
You can read our announcement here, or register right away for participation at our event page.

Negotiating trade agreements the China Weekly Hangout discussed on June 6. A discussion on the way the EU and the US are dealing (of fail to deal) with China, with negotiation expert +Andrew Hupert from New York, Swiss lawyer +Nathan KAISER from Taipei and political analyst +Steve Barru  from Denver, Colorado. Moderated by Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau.


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