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What the Cannes Festival tells about China’s movie market

This year’s Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a slew of new movies that will see China remain the world’s most lucrative film markets. Even as mainland superstars – most noticeably Gong Li and Li Bingbing1 – followed the footsteps of past Cannes fashion and media darlings Fan Bingbing and Zhang Ziyi to make a big... The post What the Cannes Festival tells about China’s movie market appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

Arnd Uftring

Arnd Uftring

 

What the Cannes Festival tells about Chinese consumers

This year’s Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a slew of new movies that will see China remain the world’s most lucrative film markets. Even as mainland superstars – most noticeably Gong Li and Li Bingbing1 – followed the footsteps of past Cannes fashion and media darlings Fan Bingbing and Zhang Ziyi to make a big... The post What the Cannes Festival tells about Chinese consumers appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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4 key business takeaways from China’s booming movie market

Chinese splashed out $2.23 billion on movie tickets during Q1 2016 – a 51% increase from Q1 2015.1 It's no wonder that China’s movie market is expected to be worth $10 billion by 2017. Clearly, the fast growth in this part of mainland’s lucrative consumer sector is showing no signs of abating, and this high-growth... The post 4 key business takeaways from China’s booming movie market appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Arnd Uftring

 

How global visa changes are building a $450B Chinese tourism bonanza

By 2025, Goldman Sachs predicts 220 million tourists from China will spend $450 billion annually.1 This makes Chinese one of the most lucrative targets in the global economy – a fact recognised by governments across the world that are loosening visa policies, introducing extended visas, simplifying application processes, and cutting fees in order to compete... The post How global visa changes are building a $450B Chinese tourism bonanza appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten

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Arnd Uftring

 

How Chinese tourism spurs overseas property shopping

China is the world’s largest outbound tourist market1, yet only 4% of China’s population hold a passport. What’s more, this 4% alone lavishes nearly $200 billion each year abroad – more than any other country in the world.2 And now, Goldman Sachs predicts 12% of China’s population will be passport bearers in ten years time2 – imagine the colossal impact worldwide when that happens.   Chinese embark on explosive shopping spree abroad Interestingly to note, beyond their que

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Arnd Uftring

 

The power of Mandarin, China’s universal common speech

Did you know? The Mandarin language is commonly referred to as Pǔtōnghuà [普通话] in China, which literally translates to “Common Speech”. This is because Chinese is actually a macrolanguage, which includes many different languages and a vast mishmash of dialects, such as Yue (Cantonese), Hakka, Min (Hokkien), Gan, Xiang, Wu, and more.1   The roots... The post The power of Mandarin, China’s universal common speech appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Arnd Uftring

 

China developers broaden horizons for $220 billion payoff

If you thought a slower economic outlook for China meant weaker overseas investment, think again. Chinese companies invested $81.6 billion on overseas deals in January and February 2016, more than seven times the $11 billion in investment recorded in the same period in 2015.1 And China’s real estate developers are playing their part in this record-breaking outflow, inking major deals such as Wanda’s investment in a €3.4 billion ($3.86 billion) project in France2 and Vanke's investment i

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Arnd Uftring

 

Juwai reveals top 10 Chinese buyer picks for Q4 2015

Chinese buyers broke records worldwide with their property-shopping spree last year, but where exactly were they searching and investing in? We give you a quick lowdown on the latest top 10 picks of Chinese buyers in terms of countries and cities as viewed, searched, and enquired on Juwai.com in the last quarter of 2015.   Top 10 countries favoured by Chinese buyers Once again, the US dominates as the #1 choice, followed by Australia, Canada, and New Zealand to round up the t

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10 reasons the beautiful game is primed for lift-off in China

Whether you call it as football or soccer, the beautiful game is potentially set to become an industry worth $800 billion in China by 2025.1 While the rest of the world is hyped up on basketball season, China is in the grips of a football fever – thanks to the China national football team’s stunning... The post 10 reasons the beautiful game is primed for lift-off in China appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Juwai Global Developer Summit connects developers worldwide in China

Juwai.com recently brought 24 international developers together with over 130 local Chinese developers and agents at the Juwai Global Developer Summit in China. Flying into Beijing from seven countries around the world, the international developers were quick to grasp the rare opportunity offered during the 3-day bespoke event to network and connect with local potential... The post Juwai Global Developer Summit connects developers worldwide in China appeared first on List Juwa

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Arnd Uftring

 

5 ways the middle-class is powering China’s future

$6.5 trillion – that’s how much the China’s middle-class consumer market will be worth by 2020.1 Driven by a $2.3 trillion increase in consumption by China’s middle-class between now and 2020, China’s consumer spending is projected to outstrip developed markets by 2020 – surpassing expected growth in the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, and France.... The post 5 ways the middle-class is powering China’s future appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Arnd Uftring

 

5 ways the middle-class is powering China’s future

$6.5 trillion – that’s how much the China’s middle-class consumer market will be worth by 2020.1 Driven by a $2.3 trillion increase in consumption by China’s middle-class between now and 2020, China’s consumer spending is projected to outstrip developed markets by 2020 – surpassing expected growth in the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, and France.... The post 5 ways the middle-class is powering China’s future appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Arnd Uftring

 

Gesuch

Für unsere chinesischen Kunden suchen wir Bestandsimmobilien mit non-recourse Finanzierung zur Übernahme gewerblich wohnwirtschaftlich Energieanlagen (WKA, etc.)

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Arnd Uftring

 

Der große Aufstieg des chinesischen Konsumenten

China weist einige der wohlhabendsten Personen des Planeten auf, deren persönlicher Reichtum Staatshaushalte von mittelgroßen Staaten klein erscheinen lässt. Trotzdem liegt die wahre Kaufkraft bei über 63 Millionen Chinesen, deren Kapital und Einkommen Investitionen in internationale Immobilien ermöglicht.. Fast alle vermögenden chinesischen Kunden haben sich ihren Reichtum self-made. erarbeitet, Reiche Chinesen haben kein Kapital geerbt, offen gesagt, gab es bis vor ca. 20 Jahren nicht

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Arnd Uftring

 

Wie suchen Chinesen Immobilien?

Chinesen sind aktive Internet Nutzer. In vorraussichtlich drei Jahren wird Chinesisch weitestgehend Englisch als Lingua Franca im Internet abgelöst haben. Heute sind,# 540 Millionen Chinesen im Internet, mit über 90 Millionen von ihnen suchen jeden Monat online nach Immobilien. Wie auch im Westen, ist die Immobiliensuche eines chinesischen Kunden geprägt durch das Internet. Für internationale Investitionen werden chinesische Kunden so viel Informationen wie möglich über ein Inserat, den Mak

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Arnd Uftring

 

Info

Hier entsteht in den nächsten Tagen ein Blog zum Thema Chinesische Investoren in Deutschland. Im Fokus sind zum einen chinesische Investoren aus China aber auch solche, die bereits in Deutschland leben. Bei Fragen vorab gerne per Nachricht oder hier als Antwort.

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