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How global visa changes are building a $450B Chinese tourism bonanza

By 2025, Goldman Sachs predicts 220 million tourists from China will spend $450 billion annually.1 This makes Chinese one... Continue reading >


Chinese investors eye Australian farm property

A delegation of Chinese investors has inspected several farming properties in Western Australia’s Great Southern food bowl. Andrea Dixon reports... Continue reading >


China pledges $20bn in credit for Africa at summit

China has pledged $20bn (£12.8bn) in credit for Africa over the next three years, in a push for closer ties... Continue reading >


South Africa: All mine! The Chinese close their first Africa mining play

It's on. China Minmetals Group, the Hong Kong listed Chinese state-backed mining company, has been trying for years to buy... Continue reading >


In the Press

New Straits Times

Strong interest from mainland Chinese buyers expected next year

Malaysia was the fifth most popular country for Chinese property buying inquiries in the world in the first half of 2019, according to Juwai.com, stated a report by New Straits Times (9...

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Yahoo News

Manchester and Liverpool are an easy win for property buyers as second-tier UK cities edge out pricey London

Manchester and Liverpool are currently attracting property investors from Hong Kong and across the world because of their potential and price correction in London, according to Yahoo News (5 December 2019). While...

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PR Web

Chinese Investors Drive US$2 BLN in Construction and 37,800 Local Jobs in Malaysia: Juwai.com & IQI Global

According to Juwai.com's latest report, Chinese property buyers make a noticeable impact on Malaysia's economy, cites PR Web (3 December 2019). The data shows that mainland Chinese buyers invested USD 2 billion...

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Yahoo News

Uncertainty caused by Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act likely to dent surging Chinese demand for New York property, say agents

An uptick in mainland Chinese demand for property in New York City could soon be dampened by new legislation in the United States that supports Hong Kong’s protest movement. The passage of...

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