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4 ways to capitalise on China's cross-border mentality

76% of total purchases by China's online buyers in 2014 came from cross-border shopping.1 Tack on China's skyrocketing outbound... Continue reading >


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The enticing power of Chinese spending

Forget about global brands duking it out for a share of Chinese cash – now countries are officially vying with... Continue reading >


Chinese investors eye Palazzo Versace Hotel on the Gold Coast

Two major Chinese investors are in due diligence to buy the five-star Palazzo Versace Hotel on the Gold Coast in... Continue reading >


Asia buyers snap up Australian hotels as mining boom fills rooms

Sales of Australian hotels to offshore buyers set a record in the first half as Asian companies including Shangri-La Asia... Continue reading >


U.S. home market pulls in more Chinese buyers

China's great wall of cash is pouring into the struggling U.S. property market, from multi-million-dollar mansions on the West Coast... Continue reading >


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... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Is the global economy in for a reset?

Juwai IQI Chief Economist forecasts life and economic changes that the Covid-19 will render permanent. What will the pandemic change to our daily lives?

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New Straits Times

Cross-border real estate investment on the rise – Juwai IQI

The on-going Covid-19 pandemic has led to Chinese investors ramping up cross-border property investments, reports The News Strait Times (10 February 2021). Kashif Ansari, CEO of Juwai IQI, said Chinese cross-border buying...

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Chinese investors expected to return to Australian property

After a tumultuous year in markets, Chinese investors are tipped to make a significant return to Australian real estate, reports Business Insider (9 February 2021). While restrictions will primarily stop them from...

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The South China Morning Post

How Covid-19 is fuelling Lunar New Year second home sales

The number of Chinese buyers is expected to rise during this Chinese New Year, reports South China Morning Post (5 February 2021). Property developers in countries such as Australia, Canada, Malaysia and...

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