China’s Luxury Retirement Homes Draw Millions From Investors

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Jul.28 — Ding Hui, China managing director at Lendlease Corp. Ltd., discusses China’s shifting demographics the demand for high-end senior housing and his outlook for the real estate sector. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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