Australia's fertile lands attract Chinese investment, reports CNBC (22 October 2017). This stems from the Chinese desire and demand for anything 'Made in Australia' like dairy, wine, meat, and mineral, which then stoked interest into Australian lands that could produce such goods to sell to China. However, rising housing prices and outgoing capital have pushed both China and Australia's governments into taking action to curtail China's outflow of money into Australia. China's capital controls have worked," said Jane Lu, Head of Australia for Juwai.com. "Look at China's huge foreign reserves, at the strong yuan, and at the reduced the flow of money out of the country." According to Juwai Data, the average inquiry price of potential Chinese buyers for Australia in 2017 was A$350,000 – about $40,000 lower than last year.