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China Is A Sleeping Lion, And When She Awakes, The World Will Shake 1
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China Is A Sleeping Lion, And When She Awakes, The World Will Shake

As China adjusts to a slowing GDP and economy, outward investment by high and ultra-high net-worth Chinese individuals and corporations is rising to a new benchmark, particularly in Australia.

Ray Evans, CEO and Founder of the Australian Business ForumOver 1 billion Australian dollars will be invested by Significant Investor Visa applicants over the next 12 months as new regulations requiring applicants to invest from a product-based investment scheme to services. As Peter Cai, Editor of the China Spectator explained, “a new wave of Chinese venture capital is expected to pour into Australia as investors look for new growth areas.

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Investor Insight: What Asian investors really think about Australia. 2
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Investor Insight: What Asian investors really think about Australia.

The average Australian property investor has a fairly good appreciation why the Australian property market is a good long-term proposition. From the perspective of our international investors, who balance their local priorities with that of their overseas opportunities, the decisions made are put into a different context. We interview C&L International Holdings to find out.
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The Future of Real Estate Opportunities in Australia

By Scott Keck
Executive Chairman Charter Keck Cramer

By many global rankings Australia scores highly in the important areas of democracy, social equality and equity, education, health, liveability, quality of infrastructure, standard of housing, multi-culturalism, sovereign risk, balanced and transparent government, economic performance, employment, natural resources, and commercial governance particularly in the banking sector.
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Behind the numbers – How to interpret the bank’s annual results
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Behind the numbers – How to interpret the bank’s annual results

John currently works at ANZ Bank. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

When ANZ, NAB and WBC report its annual profit in late October/early November1, the market will focus not only on how well the banks have performed this year, but how they have performed relative to their peers and how they are likely to perform in the years ahead. Some of the answers will lie in numbers, tables, graphs and words that banks will use, however, the important thing is to be able to decipher the information and see how well it fits into each of the bank’s story line.

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