Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg
Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg
Jesse Friedlander
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Jesse Friedlander

Chinese demand for offshore property investment will rebound – with or without a trade war

Jesse Friedlander says US-China trade tensions are largely irrelevant to Chinese seeking offshore diversification and, in the longer term, the factors that are causing the recent slowdown will also ease

Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg
Chinese investment in real estate in the United States, as well as other Western countries, has slowed down. Photo: Bloomberg
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Jesse Friedlander

Jesse Friedlander

Jesse Friedlander, CFA, is co-founder and chief investment officer of Des Voeux Partners, a multifamily office that manages intergenerational wealth. His areas of interest include macroeconomics, geopolitics, language and culture.