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China’s RMB and its rising dominance

As China’s RMB grows from strength to strength, Chinese are increasingly eyeing the world and opportunities overseas – something... Continue reading >


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Rich Chinese: Much ado about Europe

If there’s one thing that’s clear, it’s that Chinese investors are becoming increasingly enticed by the world-beating price growth potential... Continue reading >


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Fang.com: A cautionary tale for Chinese buyers

Chinese property website Fang.com (formerly known as SouFun) recently drew flak when news of a lawsuit filed against them went... Continue reading >


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Chinese drinking culture: 4 tips for success

Did you know? Drinking is serious business in China. In fact, the Chinese drinking culture in China is such an... Continue reading >


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Chinese and overseas property: A generational choice

While Xi Jinping has a China dream1, thousands of Chinese have dreams of their own – many which... Continue reading >


In the Press

BNN

Chinese currency controls could impact Canadian housing

Juwai.com Vice President Byron Burley speaks to Greg Bonnel of BNN on House Money about Chinese property investor interest in Canada following tougher foreign buyer taxes, as well as policy changes by...

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NZ Herald

China relaxes capital controls, could affect housing

China's recently relaxed capital controls could bode well for global housing markets, reports the New Zealand Herald (14 September 2017). This includes New Zealand, which is currently the sixth most popular destination...

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The Australian

Melbourne top for Chinese property buyers

Despite foreign buyer taxes, Melbourne reigned as the top destination for Chinese international property buyers in H1 2017, reports The Australian (14 September 2017). Demand for Melbourne real estate from Chinese buyers...

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huffpost

Chinese homebuyers eyeing Canada jump by 30%, despite foreign-buyer taxes

Juwai data reveals Chinese interest in Canadian properties have jumped 30 percent y-o-y in H1 2017 even with the implementation of foreign buyer taxes, reports Huffpost (13 September 2017). Despite this surge...

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