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Investment

The big players: top Chinese developers investing overseas Based on total property sales in 2014

Chinese contractors in Western markets: where are they breaking ground? SOURCE PUBLIC DOMAIN

China’s insurance policy: top insurers investing overseas Based on total premium income 2014

$37.7bn

Greenland Group

$33.7bn

Vanke Group

$25.1bn

Wanda Group Poly Real Estate

$21.4bn

Evergrande Group

$20.6bn

$2.4bn

Bank of China

Ping An Insurance

One Nine Elms

$1,613m

$1.3bn

London, UK China State Construction Engineering Corporation

Airport City Enterprise Zone

$1.5bn

Manchester, UK Beijing Construction Engineering Group International

Revamp of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge (with local contractor Halmar International)

$12.3bn

China Taiping Taikang Life

$10.6bn

Anbang Insurance

$9.1bn

50m $600m $506m $Wa1ldo,9 rf Astoria, k (hotel) Tower Place, London (office)

London, UK CITIC Construction

$49.6bn

Ping An Insurance

Sized up: top 10 Chinese overseas property deals in 2015

7 Bryant Park, New York (office)

Royal Albert Docks financial centre

$58.2bn

China Life Insurance

New Yor

Anbang Insurance

$420m 99 Bishopsgate, London (office)

China Life Insurance (joint venture, Qatar Investment Authority)

MassMutual Tower, Hong Kong (office)

$1,170m Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo (office) China Investment Corporation (joint venture, LaSalle Investment Management)

Evergrande Group

$906m

$820m $755m $683m 111 Murray Street, New York (development site)

One HarbourGate West Wing, Hong Kong (office)

Tebrau Bay Waterfront City, Malaysia (development site)

Shimao Property

Taiping Life Insurance

China Life Insurance

Greenland Group

New Kowloon Inland Lot No. 6542, Hong Kong (residential)

$407m

Sterling work: predictions for Chinese money in the UK (£bn)

China GDP annual growth rate: a downward trajectory? (%)

SOURCE GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVES

SOURCE TRADINGECONOMICS.COM

Canberra Metro light-rail

Over the next 10 years, more than £100bn of Chinese money is forecast to be invested in UK property and infrastructure

2013

New York City, US China Construction America

First stage, comprising 12km of track (contract won through Australian subsidiary John Holland as part of consortium)

25.5

7.5

7.9

2014 7.6

2015

7.3

7.4

7.2

Q2

Q3

Q4

Infrastructure including transport

$545.3m

Canberra, Australia China Communications Construction Company

Q3

43.5

Energy infrastructure

36

Real estate

Q4

Q1

6.8

7

Q1

Q2

7 6.9

Q3

Q4

China’s slowdown is double edged: it may mean Chinese companies have less money to spend overseas, but it could also spur them to invest abroad, because there are fewer domestic investment opportunities.

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