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Q: Latest Bullshit con from China

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/chinese-developer-promising-r...
Sadly there are so many Chinese that will loose their savings because they think this is real.
Hope the Chinese government can grab this Bastard quickly

1 year 21 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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They want me to subscribe to your site if I want to read it .... Why do they do that?

 

Aren't they aware,  I want free insight? 

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Yes, request for copy paste of article please. It requires us to subscribe 

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Chinese property developer promises access to powerful figures and fast-tracked ...

WORLD NEWSdailymail about 7 hours ago

A Chinese property developer is promising investors a 'high quality lifestyle' with access to powerful politicians and social welfare benefits as part of a land deal.

Profit Palace Group boss Jiang Xiao has also promised potential Asian buyers they could obtain a permanent resident visa in six months if they buy a property in an estate in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales.

The company's website names and shows photographs of Liberal MP Geoff Lee and lawyer Nigel Dobbie as supporters of the project - but both vehemently deny any knowledge of the 223-lot estate, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting that Mr Lee and Mr Dobbie are involved with the company or its development.

The NSW State Government has ordered a 'high-level briefing' on the development, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Chinese property developer Jiang Xiao is promising access to powerful figures and social benefits as part of a land deal which he claims is endorsed by politicians and lawyers - something they vehemently deny

Sue Taylor lives on Mount View Road opposite the site of the proposed estate, and said it was 'appalling'

The Profit Palace website promises access to the 132A visa - for 'high-calibre' business people - if they buy a 750sqm plot in the development in the small town of Millfield

The Profit Palace website promises access to the 132A visa - for 'high-calibre' business people - if they buy a 750sqm plot in the development in the small town of Millfield, 160km north of Sydney.

'After being granted this visa, the applicant and their family members can enjoy the social welfare benefits that Australian

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Oh boy another Australian land grab by Chinese. Has Australia not reigned that in yet?

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And i saw an article this week about the sale of Great Kepple Island in central Queensland. Looks like one of the Chinese consortiums will get it.

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It's disgusting how people could use innocent politicians for pecuniary gain.

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