China Daily USA
/ China Daily

New Zealand election result stokes housing, migration fears

New Zealand's freshly elected government could implement rules banning foreign investors from buying existing New Zealand property, reports China Daily (20 October 2017). According to Jane Lu, Head of Australia... 继续阅读 >


The Australian
/ The Australian

Chinese hunger for our property strong despite Beijing curb

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Domain
/ Domain

Chinese buyers of Australian property set to increase with higher taxes no deterrent – Credit Suisse

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The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Vancouver rent-to-own property programme could pose risks for Chinese buyers

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Domain
/ Domain

Fewer Chinese buyers searching for Sydney property and with less money to spend

Chinese buyer interest in Sydney properties has slowed down during this year's National Day Golden Week, reports Domain (10 October 2017). Reports from Juwai.com, China's largest international property website, showed... 继续阅读 >


channel news asia
/ Channel NewsAsia

Chinese investors continue property hunt during Golden Week

Carrie Law, CEO of Juwai.com, talks to Channel NewsAsia about how Chinese buyers purchase property during Golden Week (5 October 2017). Despite China tightening its grip on capital outflows last... 继续阅读 >


Bloomberg
/ Bloomberg

Juwai's Law says Thailand properties have most inquiries

Carrie Law, Juwai.com CEO, discusses Chinese investment in overseas properties on Bloomberg's Daybreak: Asia (5 October 2017). 继续阅读 >


Phuket News
/ The Phuket News

Phuket airport welcomes Chinese 'Golden Week' arrivals

Thailand is set to receive 260,000 Chinese tourists during the Golden Week holiday, a 35% y-o-y increase from last year, reports The Phuket News (5 October 2017). According to Thailand's... 继续阅读 >


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