China's replacements: Twitter, FB and YouTube OR Weibo, RenRen and YouKu?

As some of you may know, the Great Firewall of China blocks many international websites, including Western social media giants... Continue reading >


A musical lesson in international business

Abigail Washburn wanted to be a lawyer improving US-China relations – until she picked up a banjo. Now she plays... Continue reading >


CNN on why Chinese buy US real estate

Chinese are second only to Canadians in the number of US properties they buy, reports CNN Money. "We have friends... Continue reading >


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With the implementation of the new rules on asset management in China, the internal logic and development direction of China's wealth management industry have undergone major changes.

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Covid-19 impact: Chinese buyers use online platforms to advance property buying process

UAE developers expect the number of Chinese buyer’s online enquires to increase, reported ZAWYA (6 April 2020). According to a Juwai IQI report, Chinese buyers spend more time online to advance the...

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Coronavirus to drive more Australian homes into foreign hands

A looming housing market plummets and weakened Australian dollar could increase more foreign residential real estate buyers, as property agents reach out to overseas investors to offset losses, reports Realestate.com.au (01 April...

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Most brokers anticipating lower incomes during COVID-19 pandemic

Nearly 60% of Canadian real estate agents expect the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak to reduce their incomes, reports Mortgagebrokernews.ca (1 April 2020). However, international real estate portal Juwai.com found 69% of agents believe...

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Coronavirus driving agents earnings down worldwide; Juwai IQI Market Intelligence 2020 survey

According to the first international survey by Juwai IQI of real estate on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, over 80 per cent of residential real estate agents around the world said...

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