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(Revised from original 2006 version)
In late 2000, Vincent Lo, a prominent Hong Kong developer was invited by the Deputy Mayor of Chongqing, China to undertake a major redevelopment of the urban core. Lo had previously successfully developed the landmark Xintiandi retail and entertainment district in Shanghai. Lo must decide if the opportunity is the right fit in terms of place, timing, government support, and market demand.
Keywords: Demand and Consumers;
Business and Government Relations;
Real Estate Industry;
Chongqing (municipality, China);
Segel, Arthur I., Nicolas P. Retsinas, Joshua A. Katzin, Nadeem Meghji, and Cindy Yan. "Chongqing Tiandi." Harvard Business School Case 207-019, August 2007. (Revised from original November 2006 version.)