Chinese companies have invested more in Britain during the last five years than in Germany, France and Italy combined, reports CNBC (9 August 2016). However, this may change after PM Theresa May delayed signing off a US$24 billion nuclear power project, which has put China-Britain relations 'at a crucial juncture' now. According to consultancy Baker & McKenzie, Chinese invested $3.3 billion into Britain in 2015 alone. In terms of property investment, CBRE reveals that Chinese buyers account for 5 percent of residential property investors in London's most expensive districts, as Britain is the most popular property investment destination for Chinese buyers. This is in tune with latest Juwai Data, which showed Chinese buyers purchasing 560 million pounds worth of commercial property in just January and February alone this year – equivalent to 40 percent of total Chinese investments made for the whole of 2015.