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Radio Feature Nine: Raymond Fung in conversation with Sona Blessing
Commercial real estate allocations in China and the role of a tax efficient fund structure
 
Monday, February 28, 2011

radio Despite the yuan's anticipated appreciation, the impact of continued monetary tightening, the role of leverage and loans against land as collateral issues, valuation issues, reforms in the real estate tax system, easing foreign direct investment into China - Raymond Fung, Director of RP Capital, says he believes China will continue to grow and the reason why they have chosen to invest in commercial real estate.

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