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Bird's Eye View: Comparing Chinese Investment into North America and Europe

Chinese investors poured a record USD40 billion into Europe and North America in 2015, spending USD29 billion, or 73% of the total, in just four industries across the two regions: real estate and hospitality; automotive; financial and business services; and information technology.

Our report, Bird’s-Eye View: Comparing Chinese Investment into Europe and North America", is unique in revealing for the first time the similarities and differences in trends between the two regions. It also tells the real story of Chinese investment in 2015 by looking only at completed rather than announced investments, and including greenfield investments as well as acquisitions.

To read entire article and to request a copy of the full report, please click here.

Source: Baker McKenzie - GAI





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