China's battling home hunters

One of the most popular television series in China in 2010 was called 'Woju' - roughly translated as snail home,... Lire plus >


For mainlanders, Sydney is hot property

Along with the standard purchases - abalone, sheepskin, macadamia nuts and koala soft toys - deluxe properties have been added... Lire plus >


Real estate rules don't discriminate against foreigners

Condominiums along the shores of Coal Harbour in Vancouver. Vancouverites have long complained that wealthy real estate speculators from Hong... Lire plus >


InterContinental starts brand targeting Chinese travelers

InterContinental Hotels Group Plc (IHG), the world’s largest provider of hotel rooms, will begin opening locations as soon as next... Lire plus >


CEOs look to China for market expansion

The country remains an attractive proposition for business leaders. About 30 percent of global CEOs rank China as their top... Lire plus >


Eyes on China as world's biggest antiques fair kicks off

China dominates the global art and antiques market as of last year, said a report published Friday ahead of the... Lire plus >


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2020 Annual Conference of Global Wealth Finance & “JinGe Prize” Selection

With the implementation of the new rules on asset management in China, the internal logic and development direction of China's wealth management industry have undergone major changes.

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The South China Morning Post

Hongkongers relish picking up overseas properties on the cheap as currencies slump amid market stampede

Hongkongers are looking to buy global properties on the cheap as the Hong Kong dollar which is pegged to the US dollar strengthens due to emergency rate cuts which have flattened borrowing...

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The South China Morning Post

Thailand’s condominium sector headed for 10-year low as Chinese buyers disappear amid outbreak

The postponement of new launches and discounts on unsold units has contributed to a decline of Chinese buyers for Thai condominiums, reported South China Morning Post (24 March 2020). The significant fall...

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Western Australia’s property market holds strong during COVID-19

Western Australia’s property market remains strong despite the spread of COVID-19 in the country, stated a report in Realestate (23 March 2020). According to Lily Chong, a real estate agent from IQI...

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‘If Chinese buyers can buy, they will’ despite COVID19 delays

Asian foreign investors are still eyeing property in Queensland although the coronavirus outbreak may delay transactions, according to a news report in Realestate (19 March 2020). Prior to the outbreak, Juwai IQI,...

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