Report: Chinese investors remain focused on T.O., Vancouver

If you thought Chinese investors were starting to lose interest in Canadian real estate, think again. Vernon Clement Jones reports... Lesen Sie weiter >


Is China the new U.S? Chinese buyers flock to SUVs

SUV popularity is booming in China, according to a report from Reuters. Last year, consumers in China bought 2.1... Lesen Sie weiter >


Oenophile Chinese buy Bordeaux bottles for $470

Chateau Latour-Laguen in Bordeaux, France. (Roberto Frankenberg/Bloomberg Markets via Bloomberg) Chinese investors are buying up estates in Bordeaux to quench... Lesen Sie weiter >


China propels Hong Kong's congested private jet sector

Private jet operators in Hong Kong are adding aircraft at a rapid pace as more wealthy mainland Chinese keep luxury... Lesen Sie weiter >


China is about to break 1 billion mobile phone users

China has the most people of any nation on earth, and it’s hard to imagine that at this point it... Lesen Sie weiter >


Moet Hennessy wants to make premium red wine in China

French wine and spirits maker Moet Hennessy wants to produce a super-premium red wine at the foot of the Himalayan... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Juwai IQI mames Joel D. Warady as new Board Advisor

In the wake of the one-year celebration of Juwai Limited and IQI Global’s merger, Juwai IQI announced that Joel D. Warady has taken up a board of advisor position, reports Property PortalWatch...

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Juwai IQI adds new member to senior team

Juwai IQI has added another heavyweight to its management team, reports RETalk Asia (10 August 2020). Leon Kong, founder of iProperty Group which attained a valuation of USD534 million during its merger...

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Juwai IQI celebrates first anniversary of merger

One year after Juwai Limited and IQI Global merged, the combined company - Juwai IQI - has seen accelerated growth, reports RETalk Asia (7 August 2020). Combining the strengths of online classifieds...

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Despite pandemic slump, foreign buyers maintain share in New Zealand housing market

The New Zealand housing market slumps by 30 percent but the proportion of home transfers to foreigners remained steady, according to an article in The Diplomat (7 August 2020). Georg Chmiel, executive...

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