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2011 Beijing Overseas Property & Investment Show review
Brief:Beijing Overseas Property & Investment Show 2011 was successfully held from the 15th to 18th September.
The 5th Beijing Overseas Property & Investment Show (BOPI 2011) took place from the 15th to 18th September, 2011 along side the 19th Beijing Autumn Property Show. As a special feature of the Beijing Overseas Property and Investment Show showcased companies offering overseas real estate, holiday resorts, leisure products and services and was enable both buyers and investors to meet and talk to over 85 leading developers and estate agents representing over 25 countries, included USA. UK, Bahamas, Mexico, Caribbean, Portugal and so on.
The opening ceremony of BOPI 2011 Investing in Properties Overseas and China Invests Overseas of China Business Network had 36m2 stand as media supporter of the exhibition.

China Business Network (CBN )with Investing in Properties Overseas (IPO)and China Invests Overseas (CIO)was invited and brought many excellent investment projects such as: Bayroc Exclusive Beach Residences; Mayaguana Management Company; Port St George; BCQS International; MGH SA; Christopher Columbus Landing Resort; L' AND Vineyards and so on which attracted many eyeballs.
Executives of GENNEVA from Singapore Mr. Simon Goh, Mr Joseph Lim and Daniel Low with COO of China Business Network Dr. Adam Wu. Dr. Wu was introducing interested Chinese investors to Mr. Richard Corso, CEO of Resorts Management.

Mr. Richard Corso, CEO of Punta Arrecifes, promoted the island investment project on the occasion. Punta Arrecifes, the jewel of the Cozumel Island, is located in one of the most secure and secluded vocation destination of the world. The island possesses its own international airport which provides direct access to major US, Mexican and Caribbean Cities. This unique destination is currently known for its pristine beaches, turquoise water and world class diving and fishing.

With an annual growth rate of “20 to 30 percent,” China's outbound direct investment (ODI) will overtake foreign direct investment (FDI) “within three years,” a senior Chinese Ministry of Commerce official said recently, “Outbound direct investment is set for the fast track and will grow by between 20 to 30 percent in the next five years.”

According to the Ministry of Commerce, China's ODI in the U.S. grew by 81.4 percent to US$1.39 billion, and in the EU by 297 percent to US$2.13 billion in 2010, from the previous year.

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