A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock
A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock

Sour relations between Beijing and Canberra dampen mainland Chinese investment in Australian property market

  • Investment in Australian property from both state-owned and private enterprises in China fell 29 per cent in 2020, and is on the decline again this year
  • Relations sank to a new low when Canberra criticised Beijing’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which was first detected in the central Chinese city of Wuhan

Topic |   China-Australia relations
A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock
A cyclist rides along Sydney Circular Quay. Before the tensions, Australia was a clear investment destination favourite among Chinese developers. Photo: Shutterstock
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