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/ Pacific Business News

Why and where Chinese are buying real estate in Hawaii

Hawaii is increasingly popular with Chinese investors especially Honolulu, Kailua and Kapolei, reports the Pacific Business News (26 January 2015). "Much Chinese interest in Hawaiian real estate is prompted by... Read more >


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/ Al Jazeera

China's home invasion

China’s wealthy elite is on the lookout to buy properties on the international market, reports Al Jazeera (21 January 2015). While the most popular countries are still the US, Australia,... Read more >


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/ Business Spectator

Chinese interest in Australian property to grow

Chinese appetite for Australian real estate remain strong as they continue to buy properties in spite of weak domestic demand, reports Business Spectator (15 January 2015). According to Juwai data,... Read more >


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/ The Australian Financial Review

Chinese buyers eye Australian vineyards, but red tape a hurdle

The decline in Australia’s mining industry has compelled Chinese investors recently to look for alternatives to agribusiness activities, reports The Australian Financial Review (15 January 2015). Vineyards, for example, have... Read more >


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