Chinese Malls Waive Rents as Vacancies of 30% Loom

July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Chinese landlords are forgoing rent and paying to outfit stores for mass-market fashion brands including Zara and H&M, a bid to blunt the impact of a boom in shopping-mall construction that threatens to push up vacancies. Angie Lau reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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31:53 - With Australia's cash rate at a record low two percent, there are warnings it could further fuel Sydney's red-hot property market. However, it's a very different story on the other side of the country, as the end of the long mining boom drags house prices down. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports from Perth. (Source: Bloomberg)
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