Chinese property loans boom likely to lose its sheen

China’s property companies will face a tougher time raising money in the loan market this year, as liquidity concerns and moves by the Chinese government to cool property speculation force loans bankers to the sidelines.

  • 08 Jun 2010

Chinese property developers have raised $2.6bn in the loan market so far this year, up from $102m in the same period last year, according to Dealogic.

Several loans from Chinese property borrowers have closed oversubscribed and increased this year, including a $400m loan from Shimao Property Holdings that ...

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