KUALA LUMPUR (June 7): Country Garden, China’s No 1 property developer clocked in 334.
PETALING JAYA (May 11): The change in administration in Putrajaya does not impact Country Garden Malaysia’s optimistic view of Malaysia’s growth prospects as it believes economic development will remain as the common goal of all the rakyat.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 24): Datuk Md Othman Yusof (pictured), executive director of Country Garden Pacificview Sdn Bhd, has been chosen as Barisan Nasional’s (BN) candidate for the Johor state seat of Kukup yesterday.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 16): Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed property developer Country Garden is collaborating with Perdana ParkCity Sdn Bhd — residential communities and township developer — to establish the hotel, offices, parking, shopping mall, connectivity and apartments (HOPSCA) community in Taman Wahyu here.
JOHOR BAHRU: Despite the challenging real estate market, Country Garden Malaysia has managed to achieve a decent take-up rate of more than 70% for its new property launches in Malaysia last year.
PETALING JAYA (March 22): Country Garden Holdings Co Ltd’s Forest City (pictured) development in Johor saw its sales fall by 20% in 2017 to 8 billion yuan (US$1.
PETALING JAYA (March 22): Country Garden Holdings Co Ltd saw its contracted sales rise 78.
JOHOR BAHRU (March 9): Country Garden Danga Bay Sdn Bhd — the developer of the Danga Bay mega-project in Johor — will meet their buyers who have lodged complaints with the Housing and Strata Management Tribunal here again to find a solution to their problems, said Country Garden Malaysia regional president Jason Fu.
PETALING JAYA (March 5): Country Garden Danga Bay Sdn Bhd, the developer of the Danga Bay mega-development in Johor, has said it will address or resolve complaints from buyers who allege safety and building quality issues in their new high-rise homes.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 7): Chinese buyers are not expected to drive up Malaysian house prices as most of them regard their property purchases in the country as long-term investments while the capital controls by the Chinese government will curb their overseas activities, said property consultancy firm Knight Frank Malaysia.