About US$142 billion in capital left China in April and June, triggering off some concerns. But according to financial analyst Sara Hsu writes in the Diplomat, here there is no reason to worry. China is encouraging outbound investment programs, and then it is hardly a concern when capital actually leaves the country.
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Spending patterns of the super-rich have change a lot, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at CNN, Now they focus on both art and exclusive travel. Sales of luxury goods are dropping, and many blame Xi Jinping´s anti-corruption drive, but the rich just make different choices, says Rein.
Fast moving changes among China´s ultrarich, business analyst Shaun Rein noted when he recently joined a millionaire on a trip to South Africa. Travel is hot for the rich, sharing their experiences over WeChat. Bling is out, feeling good is in, he tells at CNN.
Wealth creation in China has been amazing in the past decade, says China-rich list founder Rupert Hoogewerf at CNN. He traces now 360 dollar billionaires in China, up from only one. But the real number might be three times that figure, and 15% might actually vampire millionaires, whose wealth would vaporize if they would face day light.
The Hurun Report analyzed eight major trends of Chinese investors into the UK. Its founder, Rupert Hoogewerf focuses on private investments, who dominate China´s outbound investments. Here´s Hoogewerf´s list of leading Chinese companies, for 4Hoteliers.
The Antarctic and the Maldives are just two of the travel destinations preferred by China´s rich, who increasingly book their own trips. Those are just a few of the conclusions of the Hurun Chinese Luxury Traveler 2015, a 40-page report on the travel trends of the Chinese luxury high net worth individual, Hurun founder Rupert Hoogewerf tells Mice News.
Some luxury brands have been slashing prices to keep their Chinese customers. But as a fuchsia Hermès Birkin bad with diamonds sets a record price in Hong Kong, WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu wonders in Marketwatch whether luxury goods are really in the doldrums.
Billionaire Bill Gates has tried in vain to engage his Chinese counterparts to spend more on charity. China Rich List founder Rupert Hoogewerf explains in Knowledge CKGSB why China´s wealthy give no priority to philanthropy.
The world looked up surprised when the Tiens Group took 6,500 of its employees to Paris and the Cote-d´Azur, but for China rich-list founder Rupert Hoogewerf says in IBT that this move fits into a tradition. More surprising is that an international company like Tiens has stayed so long under the Western radar.
The Hurun 2015 Philanthropist List does not only look at who is giving, but also has a good look at what they are giving too. Founder Rupert Hoogewerf gives for Barrons an overview. China would be better off if they would invest more in socially responsible businesses, he says.