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A musical lesson in international business

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CNN on why Chinese buy US real estate

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Juwai.com and Tencent partner to launch global real estate marketplace

Chinese social media behemoth Tencent has launched an online real estate marketplace in partnership with Juwai.com, reports Property Portal Watch (5 January 2017). The platform will allow Tencent's 800 million combined users...

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Australian Juwai.com and Chinese tech giant Tencent launch new property website

Tencent – China's largest internet and social media giant – and Juwai.com have partnered up to launch a new global real estate website for Chinese web users, reports the Australian Financial Review...

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Juwai and Tencent launch new international real estate marketplace

Juwai.com has teamed up with Tencent – China's biggest and most-used internet service portal – to launch a new global property marketplace for Chinese property investors and sellers, reports Inman (5 January...

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Tencent and Juwai create new overseas property website

Juwai.com has partnered up with Tencent – China's internet goliath that operates the equivalents of WhatsApp, Facebook, Spotify, Kindle, and ApplePay in China – to launch a new global real estate website...

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