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45,000 more rich Chinese waiting to move to Vancouver, Canada


Over 60pc seeking Canadian wealthy investor visa are from China and want to live in British Columbia’s main city, data shows A South China Morning Post investigation into Canada’s immigration programme for millionaire investors has revealed the extraordinary extent to which it has become devoted to a single outcome: Helping rich mainland Chinese settle in … Continue reading

China gets tougher on foreign companies; foreign companies leave


Life is getting tougher for foreign companies. Those that want to stay will have to adjust. According to the late Roberto Goizueta, a former boss of The Coca-Cola Company, April 15th 1981 was “one of the most important days…in the history of the world.” That date marked the opening of the first Coke bottling plant … Continue reading

China’s BYD fined for paying Chinese workers $1.50 per hour in California


BYD is a mainland Chinese company, specialising in green technologies.  Shares in the company are traded on the mainland in Shenzhen and off-shore in Hong Kong. The company is controlled by the co-founders. Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett’s holding company, owned 9.56 % of the company as of June 30, 2013. The company has established a … Continue reading

Beijing’s aggression accelerates relocation of foreign industry out of China


China sees itself as assertive, but the rest of the world sees it as aggressive. With the risk of war so high, many multinationals, especially from Japan, are speeding up relocation of industry out of China. The debate continues on the motivations and risks of China’s decision on November 23 to announce an East China … Continue reading

China’s land grab in Australia hidden by “corporate veil”


Chinese investors may own less than 1 per cent of Australian farmland, but the true level is not known because it is hidden behind a corporate veil, according to a new report that offers support to the establishment of a formal register of foreign land ownership in Australia. A joint report by accountants KPMG and … Continue reading

China ups Venezuelan oil investments, but refuses Chavista leaders’ plea for a cash bailout


Back in April, Brazil’s Folha de SaoPaulo ran an article entitled: “The Future of Venezuela Depends on China“ and highlighted this quote:  Translation: “If Maduzo wins, he’ll have to regain the confidence of the Chinese.” – TOM O’DONNELL, petroleum consultant Indeed, it is now clear that the short-term strategy of the post-Chavez Maduro-Cabello administration was to escape the country’s severe dollar crisis … Continue reading

How to get a slice of the money flowing out of China


In 2008, I wrote an article for an international business consultancy newsletter that outlined the opportunities associated with Chinese investing abroad. In the article, I wrote that since China commenced opening up in 1979, most international capital flow has been into China rather than out of it. By 2008, this capital flow had contributed to … Continue reading

China buys 3 million hectares of Ukraine farmland; 5% of country


Ukraine to be China’s largest overseas farmer. Three million hectares will eventually be used to provide grain and meat for Chinese consumers China will plough billions of yuan into farmland in Ukraine that will eventually become its biggest overseas agricultural project. The move is a significant step in China’s recent efforts to encourage domestic companies … Continue reading

China’s growth affects future of Europe


The EU of social welfare or of generational warfare, the continent of debt-bound economies or of knowledge-based community? Is the predatory generation in power? Why the only organised counter-narrative comes as a lukewarm Mouse Mickey – between Anonymous and Pirate party, from the Wiki-leaky to Snowden-picky. Europe’s redemption lies in the re-affirmation of the Lisbon … Continue reading

China to open banking sector to private capital


China‘s cabinet has unveiled plans to set up more private banks to boost financial support for cash-starved smaller firms, in the latest bid to bolster the slowing economy. “We will actively develop small-sized financial institutions and open up the channel for private capital to enter the financial sector,” the cabinet said in a set of … Continue reading

Chinese Investors Seek Foreign Real Estate


Paul Salo has been selling real estate in China for more than twenty years, and now wants to show others how to sell real estate to wealthy Chinese buyers. Paul has made a series of eleven videos, showing how to tap into the network of wealthy Chinese buyers, and sell them property and investments in … Continue reading

Chinese companies claim they are ‘treated unfairly’ by Australia


China‘s state-owned companies may be deterred from investing in Australia because they are being treated unfairly, a Chinese business leader says. Chairman of the China Chamber of Commerce in Australia, Hu Shanjun, said Australia was still a popular place for Chinese groups to invest, but that could change. Mr Hu, who also heads the Bank … Continue reading

Chinese yuan will be convertible within 5 years; HSBC economists


HSBC economists (Hogbin Qu, HSBC chief economist for China and two other HSBC economists specialising in the analysis of the Chinese market – Sun Junwei and Ma Xiaoping) believe that the Chinese yuan will become a convertible currency in the next five years. The announcement hopes to accelerate the opening of the Chinese “capital account” … Continue reading

China eyes more foreign investment as it raises quotas


China has said it will give foreign investors more access to its financial markets as it tries to spur a fresh wave of economic growth. It said it will raise the Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) quota once the current limit of $80bn (£50bn) is reached. It is the second time this year that China … Continue reading

Foreign investors in China get a break


China will relax controls on qualified foreign institutional investors (QFIIs) soon, following a decision to nearly triple the amount they can spend. Regulators plan to scrap the requirement that a QFII invest at least half of its funds in stocks, said two people briefed by government officials about the matter. They said waiving the rule … Continue reading

China defends forex strategy


China, the No 1 holder of US debts, has defended its overseas investments, with the country’s foreign exchange regulator claiming it made money from its outbound assets every year over the past eight years. Guan Tao, head of the international balance of payment divisions at the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, said China earned US$128 … Continue reading

China’s top court spares woman death penalty in fraud case


China’s top court on Friday overturned a death sentence for a self-made Chinese businesswoman convicted in a multi-million dollar scheme to bilk investors, in a contentious fraud case that sparked sympathy for the self-made daughter of a peasant. Wu Ying, 31, was convicted by a lower court in 2009 for cheating investors out of 380 … Continue reading

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