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6 tips to boost your China strategy in 2017

Worth $4.9 trillion, China’s retail market is now the largest and possibly most lucrative market in the world.1 It’s... Continue reading >


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How digital sales surged online this Chinese New Year 2017

760,000 – that’s how many digital hongbao that were sent per second at the stroke of Chinese New Year.1... Continue reading >


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Chinese New Year 2017: a global Golden Week bonanza

6.16 million Chinese travelled overseas this Chinese New Year Golden Week 2017, a 7% increase from 2016.1 Having seen... Continue reading >


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Top 10 must-know China trends for 2017

2016 was a huge year for overseas homebuyers from China that saw underlying trends flagged by us in December 2015... Continue reading >


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Juwai China Agent Summit - Beijing 2017

Learn insights from the Chinese market experts and network with local agents.

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What does Donald Trump mean for your property investments? Gavin Norris

Chinese investors and real estate professionals alike are curious over property investment prospects under a Trump presidency, reports Property Observer (26 February 2017). Gavin Norris, Head of Australia at Juwai.com says he...

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Suddenly less liquid, Chinese buyers shift strategies in NYC

China's new capital controls have caused Chinese buyers to switch investment tactics in New York City, reports The Real Deal (21 February 2017). While Chinese now face more obstacles in transferring money...

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Foreign buyers ‘not to blame for Toronto bubble’

Rising housing prices in Toronto is not to due to foreign buyers, reports OPP Today (21 February 2017). While first-time buyers and foreign buyers have been blamed to be the cause behind...

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News analysis: Chinese investment in Australian real estate crucial to economy experts

Despite substantial evidence proving otherwise, misconceptions over the actual impact of Chinese property investment in Australia has prevailed, reports Xinhua News (20 February 2017). Stories of foreign buyers being forced to sell...

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