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Juwai wins China's “Most Influential Overseas Property Portal” award!

China’s biggest e-commerce event of the year was held last weekend on 14 September 2014. From a collection of top... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Chinese still favour American universities most

Universities in the US outshone other countries – according to a recent survey in China by the Center for World... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Chinese social media for business success

In China, social media apps aren’t just for chatting with friends. Business marketplaces are booming on WeChat and Weibo official... Lesen Sie weiter >


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2019 Beijing International Property & Investment Expo​

2019 Beijing International Property & Investment Expo is one of the most influential overseas real estate exhibitions in China. Exhibitors come from various industries such as international real estate, immigration, investment, education, etc. ​

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Indonesia to tap foreign investors for development of new political seat in East Kalimantan

Indonesia’s plan to move its capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan will open up new opportunities for foreign investors, including those from mainland China, stated a report in the South China Morning...

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Budget 2020: real estate industry expects focus on growth

Real estate industry leaders IQI Global and Juwai.com expect Malaysia's Budget 2020 to be people centric, growth focused and confidence driven, reported the Borneo Post (8 October 2019). Shan Saeed, chief economist...

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Juwai pushes golden visa for Chinese

Amid slowing global economic growth, the baht's appreciation and a weak yuan, a Thailand Elite residency golden visa scheme can help boost property sales among Chinese buyers, says Juwai.com, China's biggest international...

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Malaysia's economic power to grow as country integrates with Asian economies

Malaysia’s economic power is expected to grow as the country integrates more deeply with other Asian economies in trade, innovation, culture, tourism and people flows, said Juwai.com executive chairman Georg Chmiel, reported...

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