Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images
Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images

China-Australia relations: Chinese buyers defy Beijing-Canberra blues to say ‘Bonza’ to farmland Down Under

  • As of March, returns on investment in this sector had risen 8.46 per cent year on year, according to an index compiled by ANREV
  • Chinese demand for imported commodities and refined agricultural products will only grow in the years to come, analyst says

Topic |   International Property
Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images
Chinese investors had the largest foreign holding of Australian farmland as of June last year and accounted for 2.4 per cent or 9.2 million hectares. Photo: Shutterstock Images
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