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CHINA has become the biggest foreign land buyer in Queensland for the first time, with the fast-emerging superpower snapping up more than $530 million worth of Sunshine State soil in the past three years. Professor Ross Guest comments on the findings. Read the whole article from The Courier Mail.
An influx of Chinese investors to the Gold Coast is to be welcomed, says Griffith University Professor of Economics, Ross Guest. Prime real estate on the Gold Coast is being targeted by the new wave of foreign investors, and this pursuit of bargain acquisitions represents a boost to a static economy. Professor Guest also warned […]