Chinese Millionaires Looking Abroad

Half of China’s millionaires to invest abroad

A recent Barclays report predicts that 47% of China’s millionaires are looking at overseas opportunities within the next 5 years.... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Juwai.com on Bloomberg's "First Up" at G20 curtain raiser!

We've just wrapped up our sessions at the Brisbane Global Café, the G20 curtain raiser event in Australia! Andrew Taylor, Juwai.com... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Chinese media & celebs propel property investment abroad

It’s no secret that popular media influences consumer behaviour, so perhaps it’s no surprise that popular Chinese celebrities are now... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Wise • 18th Overseas Property, Immigration & Investment Exhibition - Shanghai

The OPI Expo is an unique platform for international companies seeking to enter the Chinese market.

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CNBC

The trade war is weighing on Chinese home buying in the US

U.S. property sales to Chinese buyers saw a 4% drop from 2017 to 2018, according to numbers provided by Juwai.com, China’s largest foreign property sales site, reports CNBC (26 June 2019). U.S....

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south china morning post 2018

Chinese investors turn to Cyprus property in search of sunshine and EU passports

Chinese investors are increasingly investing in Cyprus thanks to its environment and Golden Visa scheme, reveals South China Morning Post (26 June 2019). Permanent residency in the EU is given to foreigners...

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Nikkei Asian Review

Chinese interest in Japanese housing surges as US loses luster

Chinese demand for Japanese real estate is increasing, reports Nikkei Asian Review (8 June 2019). According to data from Juwai.com, China's top international real estate website, Chinese inquiries for Japan rose 13...

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Business Insider 2018

Forget San Francisco — these 6 global cities have thriving tech hubs that could make them the next Silicon Valley

New places such as Shenzhen, China, are emerging as new hotspots for the tech scene, reports Business Insider (7 June 2019). CNN called Shenzhen China's Silicon Valley. "Shenzhen is a big part...

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