How China's richest will fund Australian innovation

The government's plan to channel funds from the significant investor visa program into sectors that are hungry for capital is a smart move.

Since the introduction of the significant investor visa program in November 2012, close to $2 billion has been invested in Australia. Overseas investors, mostly Chinese nationals, have parked their money in ultra-safe government bonds, blue chip companies as well as real estate, in exchange for their prized Australian residency.

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