Here's Another Way Australia Can Benefit From China

There’s no doubt China has, in a large part, been responsible for Australia’s relatively buoyant economy over the last few years. Would you believe the apartment building boom, heavily funded by the Chinese, has been responsible for a fifth of Australia’s economic growth over the past two years? But there is another way we can benefit from China’s growing economy… Chinese…

Saturday Summary – the most interesting property investment articles I’ve read this week (2013/06/22)

There are more property investment articles, commentaries and analyst reports on the Web every week than anyone could read in a month. Each Saturday morning I like to share some of the interesting ones I’ve read during the week. Enjoy your weekend…and please forward to your friends by clicking a social link buttons on the…

China & what it means for our economy

This is not a property-related post, but many ask me – especially after a presentation – about such matters.  I apologise in advance. China is the world’s second largest economy & currently Australia’s largest trading partner. Changes in the Chinese economy have major implications for the global & Australian economy.

Will China's growth pick up again?

Will China’s growth pick up again? And will it continue to support both Australia and Commercial property? Well, that really depends upon who it is you’re asking. Most miners are somewhat guarded; many journalists are painting a gloomy picture; and Labor politicians seem to be arguing among themselves. So, no wonder most of us are…

China Builds 39 Megamansions, at Once, for Country's Elite

In recent years, China has become particularly adept at building—even minor Chinese cities are constructing towers to challenge the world’s tallest—but now some of the country’s builders have turned their attention to mansions. In one suburb of Beijing, 39 Palladian-style homes are currently under construction in a project called The Mentougou Estate. 

China’s housing sector slows, but unlikely to crash.

As China continues on its upward trajectory toward the title of the next world economic superpower, some experts are questioning whether the speed at which its economy is developing is in fact, sustainable. In a Business Spectator report, the focus turns to what is now the world’s second largest economy, as analysts become increasingly concerned…

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