How Australia is cashing in on China's corruption crackdown

With the global supply of premium investor visas tightening, Australia is making sure it's in prime position to profit from the increasing number of wealthy Chinese looking to get out of the country.

When NSW Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner took a weekend trip to Hong Kong a couple of weeks ago, he managed to come home with a $10 million beef export deal under his belt. But that’s not all.

Stoner also made time for a quick detour across the border into mainland China for another sales pitch: In the southern city of Shenzhen, it wasn’t Australian beef he was selling, but visas.


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