As global investment into property by Chinese and Hong Kong investors nears record levels, we track who is spending and whereChinese and Hong Kong investors have splashed more than $41.8bn (£31.5bn) on international property in 2017 so far, a near-record level reached despite the Chinese government’s tightened capital controls. Research compiled by Real Capital Analytics reveals that the 20 most active investors from China and Hong Kong accounted for $7bn of transactions. They focused their attention mainly on the US, where they have collectively spent almost $4.2bn in the first eight months of the year. In
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