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A few considerations:
1. Good idea. Maybe we can work something out by sending a few RE brokers to the next property fair they hold in Shanghai.
2. The Chinese investors may be averse to buying US properties because we may not have hit bottom yet, and thy lose the falling exchange rate on whatever gains are made between now and then.
3. It costs about 10% to get RMB out of China on the black market (pretty standard money laundering rate). Otherwise, the rules for changing to foreign currencies require that taxes have been paid on the amount being changed. If much of this money are ill-gotten gains, there won't be tax receipts. Just saying:)
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