ABC
/ ABC News 24

ABC News with Juwai.com's Simon Henry

Juwai.com Co-CEO, Simon Henry recently spoke to Afternoon Show host, Tony Eastley on ABC News 24 about Chinese property investors in Australia, and how foreign investment policies will impact investment... Leer más >


Domain The Age
/ Domain

26,000 people sign petition for tighter rules on foreign ownership of Australian property

Chinese buyers are predicted to ramp up their investment in Australian property next year with a forecasted increase of 15% – 20%, said Juwai.com Co-CEO, Simon Henry in a recent... Leer más >


LA Times
/ LA Times

New visa rules expected to boost U.S.-China tourism, investment

While visiting China, President Obama recently announced a change in policy that will now allow Chinese to visit US on a multiple-entry visas of up to 10 years or student... Leer más >


Bloomberg
/ Bloomberg

The top overseas markets for China's property investors

Juwai.com Co-CEO, Andrew Taylor who is currently in Brisbane, Australia for the G20 curtain-raiser gave a live interview to Haslinda Amin of Bloomberg (12 November 2014). Featured in the "First... Leer más >


The Gold Coast Bulletin
/ Gold Coast Bulletin

New target for Chinese

Affluent Chinese buyers are casting their nets wider, looking beyond the city towards northern suburbs, reports the Gold Coast Bulletin (8 November 2014). The up-and-coming and most searched suburb so... Leer más >


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