Japan Property Type <日本地產類別>

 

Various type of properties to suit your goal.

> HongKong

 

Hong Kong's economy is characterised by free trade, low taxation and minimum government intervention. It is the world's 8th largest trading economy, with the mainland of China as its most significant trading partner. Hong Kong is also a major service economy, with particularly strong links to mainland China and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Currency: Hong Kong dollar

  • GDP: HK$2,022.2 billion (2013)

  • GDP per capita: HK$295,303 (2013)

  • Real GDP growth: +2.9% (2013)

> China

 

Economy

Main articles: Economy of China, Agriculture in China and List of Chinese administrative divisions by GDP

 

The Shanghai Stock Exchange building in Shanghai's Lujiazui financial district. Shanghai has the 25th-largest city GDP in the world, totalling US$304 billion in 2011[239]

As of 2013, China has the world's second-largest economy in terms of nominal GDP, totalling approximately US$9.3253 trillion according to the International Monetary. If purchasing power parity (PPP) is taken into account (US$13.395 trillion in 2013), China's economy is again second only to the United States. In 2013, its PPP GDP per capita was US$9,844, while nominal GDP per capita was US$6,747. Both cases put China behind around ninety countries (out of 183 countries on the IMF list) in global GDP per capita rankings.[13]

> Taiwan

 

Economy and industry

Main articles: Economy of Taiwan and Economic history of Taiwan

Photo of a high tower against a blue sky.

Taipei 101 was the world's tallest building from its opening in 2004 until 2010.

The quick industrialization and rapid growth of Taiwan during the latter half of the 20th century has been called the "Taiwan Miracle". Taiwan is one of the "Four Asian Tigers" alongside Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore.

 

Japanese rule prior to and during World War II brought changes in the public and private sectors, most notably in the area of public works, which enabled rapid communications and facilitated transport throughout much of the island. The Japanese also improved public education and made it compulsory for all residents of Taiwan.

© 2015 by Pacific Capital Invesment. Proudly created with MEGAIS

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now