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Greenland’s is latest Chinese project to hit planning hurdle

Published on April 12th, 2016

Melbourne project is axed, while regulations stall China Vanke scheme in New York  Chinese developers are running into trouble with overseas projects, with local regulatory regimes tending to be the…

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