Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy

Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy
Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy

HSBC's chief economist Paul Bloxham has suggested that the Australian services economy could be driven by Chinese consumer demand.

The article was tweeted by Asian Practice lead at PWC Andrew Parker through his twitter handle @A_JParker and can be read in full here.

Property Observer listened into Paul's briefing outlook today where he further referred to the anticipated Chinese consumer demand. 

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Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy

 

Paul also released information regarding Australia's economic future for the year 2016, with the Chinese featuring predominantly.

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Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy

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Tweet of the day: HSBC's Paul Bloxham on the continued Chinese impact on the Australian economy

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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