Changes to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty ImagesChanges to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty Images
Changes to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

Chinese investment to Australia fell sharply in 2019, to remain flat this year: study

  • Overseas direct investment from China dropped 62 per cent in 2019, says a report by KPMG and the University of Sydney
  • Australia recently tightened its rules on foreign investment, amid a worsening perception of China
Topic |   Australia
Changes to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty ImagesChanges to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty Images
Changes to foreign investment rules are taken by Chinese investors in Australia as a sign the country is ‘less welcoming of their investment’, the study said. Photo: AFP/Getty Images
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