Wanda Revenue Declines

China s biggest retail owner posted declining revenue, again Company says drop is due to selling off cultural, tourism assets

(Credit: back photo by Aaron Burden; front photo by World Economic Forum)

Dalian Wanda Group, the largest mall owner in China, posted a 10.8 percent decline in revenue for 2017 making it the second year in a r上海千花网

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ow the retailer reported a drop.

Wanda explained its performance of only about $35 billion in revenue as being due to selling off its cultural and tourism holdings, reported the Wall Street Journal. The company s cultural assets account for 28 percent of its overall revenue, or nearly $11 billion.

Analysts say Wanda s retail portfolio is not the cause of its reported revenue decline.

“Wanda 上海千花网交友

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is doing quite well in its shopping malls, from their rental-income growth and high occupancy rate,” S P Global Ratings Dennis Lee told the Journal. Income derived from rents increased 30 percent this year for the company.

In its report, Wanda also noted for the first time that 93 percent of its holdings are located in China. The information never previously disclosed, according to the Journal may be in response to the pressure the company faced last year amid the Chinese government s crackdown on cap上海龙凤论坛

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ital outflows to sell off its overseas real estate and other holdings.

Last fall, The Real Deal reported Wanda was selling five foreign developments, including One Beverly Hills, a $1.2 billion con爱上海同城论坛

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do and hotel project, while in July it sold of $9.4 billion worth of its hotel portfolio.

In 2016, Wanda s decline in revenue was explained by a drop in residential markets. [WSJ]  Erin Hudson

Tags: china, Commercial Real Estate, Dalian Wanda Group, Politics, Retail Real Estate
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