China, for all of its wealth creation, continues to seek US investment alternatives. On our recent visit, manufacturers, business people, and family offices affirmed that the US, Latin America, and Africa are popular investment destinations.
The US offers unique additional benefits to the Chinese in that
immigration hurdles can be overcome with an investment for as little as $500,000 into a business qualified by the USCIS under the EB5 program. Critics of the program liken it to ‘visas for sale’ that somehow take away from domestic employment challenges. Close examination of the program reveals that EB5 stimulates US job
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creation and encourages immigration of those able to contribute monetarily.
Popular investment forums include real estate
and natural resources. Of particular concern to promotors and investors under the EB5 program is the delay associated with USCIS approval. We spoke with one promotor of
an oil and gas development project in Oklahoma that has raised $25,000,000 that is now tied up in escrow awaiting approval of USCIS. The investment is in danger of being returned to its eager investors for no other reason than delays.
Enter Hong Kong. Since it’s independence from Britain in 1997, Hong Kong has grown at break neck pace, while maintaining its own brand of independence from China.
China’s commitment to economic expansion, initiated in the 1990s is the catalyst behind such projects as the high-speed bullet. On our 57 minute ride from Shanghai to Hangzhou at speeds of 299 kph, it became apparent how Shanghai could experience 37% growth in population over the last 10 years. The rural are going urban, and Hong Kong-based capital sources are there to take advantage.
Whether from mainland China or Hong Kong, investment for US based business enterprises is prolific and growing. As capital organizes into private equity firms and other accessible platforms, the Chinese are ever more able to take