CAPITALAND on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the district government of Wuchang, one of three key areas of Wuhan in Hubei Province, to explore working with it to develop a...

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TWO of the biggest drivers for CapitaLand in the future will be its ability to continue its asset recycling programme and asset-light expansion.

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THE following companies saw new developments which may affect trading of their shares on Tuesday:

STOCK watchers were happy campers on last week's news that CapitaLand is dropping 20 malls from its retail asset portfolio in China...

WE are positive on CapitaLand's recent divestments of non-core retail assets in China and India. It results in a sharper portfolio with a focus on dominant malls in core Chinese city clusters (...

STOCK watchers were happy campers on the news last week that CapitaLand is dropping 20 shopping centres from its retail asset portfolio in China.

CAPITALAND is divesting its stake in 20 China retail malls for 8.37 billion yuan (S$1.71 billion), in what analysts see as a timely move as the group reconstitutes its portfolio and rejigs its China...

THE buyers of CapitaLand's 20 retail malls are China Vanke, Vanke's subsidiary SCPG Commercial Property, and Triwater, an affiliate of a fund, according to disclosures made by Vanke on the...

CAPITALAND is set to divest its share of interest in a group of companies that hold 20 retail malls in China for an agreed value of 8.37 billion yuan (about S$1.71 billion) to unrelated parties.