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Top 5 Southeast Asian destinations for Chinese LGBT buyers

With a spending power of US$938 billion in 2017 alone1, China’s 90 million LGBT consumers are emerging as... Lire plus >


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Chinese LGBT buyers: the rise of a new consumer power

US$938 billion1 – that’s the aggregate annual purchasing power of China’s 90 million LGBT consumers last year in 2017... Lire plus >


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Reaching customers behind China's Great Firewall

While getting behind the China’s Great Firewall for business is a big hurdle, there are ways to place your... Lire plus >


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These 2 areas are best for Bangkok real estate investment – here’s why

Thailand is now one of the hottest investment picks for Chinese buyers, surpassing the US to become the #1 most... Lire plus >


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How more than A THIRD of the most expensive homes in Australia are bought by super rich Chinese entrepreneurs

One third of the most expensive homes in Australia have been scooped up by wealthy Chinese investors, according to a report by the Daily Mail (14 November 2019). Thirty per cent of...

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Chinese buyers expected to step up Greek property investment, as Xi lands in Athens to strengthen ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping's arrival in Athens to cement ties with Greece, might also prompt Chinese buyers to step up their investment in Greek property, which has been bolstered by the Greek...

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Chinese buyers account for RM8.4 bln property sales in 2018

Chinese buyers accounted for RM8.4 billion worth of property sales in Malaysia in 2018, which is 12.1 per cent of the total transaction value and 0.4 per cent of total transaction share,...

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Malaysia Property News : Chinese Buyers From China Bought RM8.4 Billion Properties in 2018

A report by Chinese property portal Juwai.com and Malaysian real estate agency network IQI GlobalChinese buyers reveled that Chinese buyers accounted for RM8.4 billion worth of Malaysian property sales in 2018, which...

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