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Highlights

  • 18 May 2018
    • China's latest property measures are negative, but manageable for rated developers
      China’s latest property controls are negative, but manageable for rated developers The moves are also in line with our expectation that local governments will continue to finetune policies to stabilize property prices and discourage investment and speculative demand.  Full Report​​
    • China's latest property measures are negative, but manageable for rated developers
      China’s latest property controls are negative, but manageable for rated developers The moves are also in line with our expectation that local governments will continue to finetune policies to stabilize property prices and discourage investment and speculative demand.  Full Report​​
  • 17 May 2018
    • National oil companies stick to cost-efficiency strategies even as prices recover
      Tighter spending and cost efficiency strategies adopted by national oil companies (NOCs) globally in response to the 2014-16 oil price collapse will largely remain in place as prices recover, allowing some NOCs to invest in core businesses, while others increase production or expand their foreign footprints.  Full Report
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