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China's largest developer readies to enter Thailand

Country Garden prepares new overseas brand as Beijing scrutinizes investments

Bangkok's rising skyline is attracting outside developers and stoking fears of a property bubble. (Photo by Keiichiro Asahara)

BANGKOK -- In a modern office block in Huay Kwang district, the team settling down to a routine Monday morning is employed by the new Thailand branch of Country Garden Holdings, China's largest property developer by contracted sales in the first half of 2017.

This is the Chinese company's latest foray in Southeast Asia, and a string of projects are planned for the Thai capital next year.

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