The investment rates of overseas investors in China fell by 63 percent in 2018. According to experts, this ratio will remain the same in 2019.

According to the results of Real Capital Analytics, China’s real estate investments dropped to $ 15.7 billion last year. This figure was recorded as the lowest figure of the last four years.


Chinese economic regulators have been limiting overseas deals over the past few years to stop capital outflows and keep debt risks under control.

According to Cushman & Wakefield’s survey of 51 Chinese investors, 69 percent said they would not be able to agree to the domestic market.

China is expected to cut off overseas investments by maintaining the same policy in the coming years.

Chinese investors in overseas real estate “are becoming more prudent and selective under the guidance of the government investment policies,” said Jason Zhang, Head of China Outbound Investment & Advisory Services of Cushman & Wakefield.

Throughout most of the last two thousand years, China has had the largest economy in the world, although it has undergone cycles of prosperity and decline. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as of 2014, China has the world’s second largest economy with a nominal GDP of US $ 10,380 trillion.

In terms of GDP in terms of purchasing power parity, the Chinese economy is the largest in the world in 2014 with SAGP GDP of US $ 17,617 trillion. GDP per capita in 2013 was US $ 12,880; the nominal GDP per capita is US $ 7,589. In both cases, China ranks less than 80 countries across 183 countries in the IMF list of global per capita GDP ranks.

Source: euronews.com

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