Location, Location, Location

Flannery, Russell; Chen, Maggie
November 2005
Forbes Asia;11/14/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p78
The article features the family of Xu Rongmao in China. Few have made more money in China's property market than the family of Xu Rongmao. The father sets the strategy, but it is 28-year-old son Jason Hui who works potential buyers in the company's Shanghai headquarters. Yet with China's central government trying to slow the booming country's property business, Xu's family business, Shimao, is adjusting its approach.


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