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5 must-knows to boost your site appeal to Chinese

China’s 668 million internet users1 spent $589.61 billion (¥3.877 trillion) online in 20152 alone. What’s more, that figure... Continuar a Ler >


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4 factors why Portugal is a rising star for Chinese buyers

Chinese investors generated a record $23 billion in investment into Europe during 2015.1 That’s nearly half of the US$51.6... Continuar a Ler >


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What the Cannes Festival tells about Chinese consumers

This year’s Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a slew of new movies that will see China remain the world’s most... Continuar a Ler >


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How global visa changes are building a $450B Chinese tourism bonanza

By 2025, Goldman Sachs predicts 220 million tourists from China will spend $450 billion annually.1 This makes Chinese one... Continuar a Ler >


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The power of Mandarin, China’s universal common speech

Did you know? The Mandarin language, or Pǔtōnghuà [普通话] in China, literally translates to “Common Speech”. This is because Chinese... Continuar a Ler >


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Slower recovery in Metro Manila residential property seen

National residential property prices could climb 3.2 per cent over the next 12 months in the Philippines, but the financial district of Makati is expected to see weak prices and rents, reports...

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Makati seen to lag in recovery of rent, residential prices

Rents and residential prices in the Philippines are expected to start recovering by 2021, except in Makati City which may continue to see a decline for a longer period, reports Philippine Real...

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Makati seen to lag in recovery of rent, residential prices - Business World

Rents and residential prices in the Philippines are expected to start recovering by 2021, reports Business World (20 November 2020). However, in Makati City, prices will continue to see a decline for...

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Chinese property buyers sharpen focus on Portugal and Singapore, shun four spots troubled by geopolitical risks

Chinese property investors from the mainland are focussing on Portugal and Singapore as alternative investment destinations, moving away from traditional markets like the US and Australia and Britain amid concerns about fraying...

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