The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan was acquired by Anbang for a record US$1.9 billion, but Chinese real estate investors, spooked by Beijing crackdowns on foreign investment, are now steering away from such high-profile properties. Photo: Getty Images North America via AFP

As trade tensions rise, Chinese investors move away from high-profile US properties to avoid Beijing’s wrath

Lesser known US assets that offer slow but steady returns – and are less likely to catch the eye of a vengeful Chinese government – are now more attractive to Chinese investors, analysts say

Topic |   Chinese offshore investment

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The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan was acquired by Anbang for a record US$1.9 billion, but Chinese real estate investors, spooked by Beijing crackdowns on foreign investment, are now steering away from such high-profile properties. Photo: Getty Images North America via AFP
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