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China developers broaden horizons for $220 billion payoff

If you thought a slower economic outlook for China meant weaker overseas investment, think again. Chinese companies invested $81.6 billion... Continue reading >


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Happy holidays: we're ringing in 2016 with you!

Tomorrow marks the very last day of 2015, a momentous year that delivered several major milestones for both China and... Continue reading >


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6 reasons why Golden Week will be bigger this year

The second Golden Week of the year – China’s peak season and gold rush for travel and real estate sales... Continue reading >


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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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China to relax boundaries further for outbound investment

China has just laid the groundwork for potentially even greater Chinese investment overseas, as news of the Chinese government’s latest... Continue reading >


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Chinese investor's growing clout

Offshore trading is surging in China, and the country has risen to become the second-largest economy in the world. Its... Continue reading >


In the Press

Realty plus mag

Chinese demand for UK properties up

Chinese enquiries for the UK are still up 18 months after the Brexit referendum, reports Realty Plus Mag (2 January 2018). According to Juwai.com, a real estate website listing overseas properties in...

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Seattle Business

The China challenge: Washington would be a major casualty in a Trump trade war

Strained US-China trade relations could affect Washington more than other states, reports Seattle Business (1 January 2018). China is Washington's top export market, but recent tensions following the US-China $346 billion trade...

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The Advertiser

A new report reveals China-backed developers are behind the Adelaide apartment boom

Nearly 30 percent of new developments in Adelaide are being built by developers with Chinese interests, reports The Advertiser (29 December 2017). A recent report from Colliers International and the Australia China...

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Ekathimerini

Online property auctions attract interest from Russians, Chinese

The affordability of Greek properties and its prospective gains are attracting foreign investors, reports Ekathimerini.com (27 December 2017). International buyers, especially those from Russia and China, are increasingly looking for property to...

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