In a sleek black display room in downtown Melbourne, Adrian Sum is getting ready to launch construction of his first joint venture Australian apartment project.

Mr Sum controls the purse strings of one of China’s largest property developers, and the striking 63-level, 633 unit high-rise Eq Tower is state-owned Sino Ocean Land’s first development foray outside the People’s Republic.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/chinese-investors-are-pushing-into-melbourne-and-sydney-20141010-113q7x.html#ixzz3FyOCSaSB

 

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