According to Deloitte, the long-standing trade and investment partnership between Germany and China has built a solid foundation for Chinese companies to invest in Germany. Germany is China’s largest European trading partner, and Chinese entities have been increasingly involved in mergers and acquisitions in Germany since 2010.
Chinese investment is being welcomed by many German stakeholders, although some have voiced reservations about potential negative consequences. Dirk Hallmayr, leader of the Chinese Services Group within Deloitte Germany, commented “With regard to foreign investment, there are sometimes concerns about job losses and whether the acquired companies will be dissolved with technology being taken away. In fact, foreign investment creates jobs and promotes growth and that is why they are economically important to Germany.”
German real estate has been experiencing steady performance within residential and commercial property, which makes it an attractive prospective investment for Chinese entities.
On December 7th, 2016, in Shanghai, Naseba will be organising the European Real Estate Investment Meeting. At the meeting, pre-screened Chinese investors will be introduced to pre-qualified European real estate investment opportunities.
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