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泰國

再次延長免費登陸簽證政策

據泰國媒體報導,泰國政府現已同意將自由登陸簽證政策延長至2020年4月30日,之後簽證免費政策將延至今年10月底。這是泰國免簽證政策的第三次延期。事實上,自2018年12月1日起,泰國實施了近一年的免簽證收費政策。

菲律賓

真正的基礎設施狂熱,支出預算將超過1萬億比索

根據菲律賓詢問者的說法,政府在明年基礎設施方面的公共開支將再次超過1萬億比索,以支持建設計劃,總預算相當於菲律賓國內生產總值的5.3%。截至今年5月,75個項目中有37個已獲批准,總金額為1.56萬億比索(約合0.2萬億元人民幣),預計到2022年將完成22個項目。

馬來西亞

旅遊業為馬來西亞帶來了416.9億林吉特

今年上半年,馬來西亞遊客人數從去年上半年的1273萬人增加到了1335萬人,增長了4.9%。馬來西亞旅遊業為馬來西亞經濟貢獻了46.9億林吉特(約合人民幣700億元)。新加坡,中國,印度尼西亞,泰國和文萊在馬來西亞消費最多。

日本東京

東京圈住房指數飆升

日本房地產研究所(JREI)發布了2019年6月的“房地產住房價格指數(Current Housing)”。該指數以2000年1月的100為基礎。資本圈綜合指數為91.72,同比上漲0.3%,同比上漲1.62%,扭轉了下行趨勢。根據具體地區,東京為101.45,上漲0.47%,神奈川縣為85.18,上漲0.46%,千葉縣為69.56%,上漲0.62%,埼玉縣為74.85,下跌1.69%,埼玉縣除外。

日本大阪

大阪核心商業區的土地價格上漲超過6%。

根據國土交通省2019年4月至7月在主要城市高頻土地使用情況發布的LOOK報告,大阪市中心北部(西梅田,茶館,新大阪)的商業區增加了超過6%,這是11個季度以來第一次增長超過6%。土地,基礎設施,運輸和旅遊部認為,這主要是由於該地區新開發辦事處的稀缺和需求的增加。早些時候,在大阪南部和南浦,由於遊客人數增加,增幅超過6%。這是大阪北部的第一張唱片。

希臘

希臘完全取消了四年的資本管制

據新華社報導,希臘將完全廢除已實施四年的資本管制。曾經深陷債務危機的希臘自2015年6月29日起實行資本管制,每天每張銀行卡的現金提取限額為60歐元。分析師認為,取消資本管制將有助於希臘吸引投資並提高其信用評級。

英國倫敦

倫敦房地產銷售額同比增長5.2%。

根據Rightmove的數據,倫敦7月份的房屋銷售同比增長5.2%,價格同比上漲1.3%。據另一家統計機構稱,倫敦8月份的房屋銷售量是今年以來最高的,第二季度倫敦的高端房產價格比去年年底上漲了3.1%。蘇富比國際房地產公司稱英鎊目前處於較低水平,與2008年一樣,持有美元的投資者開始削弱國際市場以分散風險。

中國香港

香港居民青睞馬來西亞的第二個家庭計劃

據“南華早報”報導,今年到目前為止,已有251名中國香港居民申請馬來西亞的第二套住房計劃,去年全年共批准了193份申請,特別是過去兩週。除馬來西亞外,澳大利亞新南威爾士州移民局也收到了來自香港居民的投資移民申請。


Thailand

Extension of Free Landing Visa Policy Again

According to Thai media, the Thai government has now agreed to extend the free landing visa policy to April 30, 2020, before the visa fee-free policy is up to the end of October this year. This is the third extension of Thailand's visa-free fee policy. Since December 1, 2018, in fact, Thailand has implemented a visa-free fee policy for nearly a year.

 

Philippines

True infrastructure maniac, expenditure budget will exceed 1 trillion pesos

According to the Philippine Inquirer, the government's public expenditure on infrastructure will exceed 1 trillion pesos again next year to support the construction plan, with a total budget equivalent to 5.3% of Philippine GDP. As of May this year, 37 of the 75 projects have been approved, with a total amount of 1.56 trillion pesos (about 0.2 trillion RMB), and 22 projects are expected to be completed by 2022.

 

Malaysia

Tourism generates 41.69 billion ringgit for Malaysia

In the first half of this year, the number of visitors to Malaysia increased by 4.9% from 12.73 million in the first half of last year to 13.35 million. Malaysia's tourism industry contributes 4.69 billion ringgit (about 70 billion RMB) to Malaysia's economy. Singapore, China, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei consume the most in Malaysia.

 

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Circle Housing Index soared

Japan Real Estate Research Institute (JREI) released the June 2019 "Real Estate Housing Price Index (Current Housing)". The index is based on 100 in January 2000. The composite index of the capital circle is 91.72, rising 0.3% year-on-year and 1.62% year-on-year, reversing the downward trend. According to the specific region, Tokyo is 101.45, up 0.47%, Kanagawa is 85.18, up 0.46%, Chiba County is 69.56%, up 0.62%, Saitama County is 74.85, down 1.69%, except Saitama County.

 

Osaka, Japan

Land prices in Osaka's core business district rose by more than 6%.

According to the LOOK report issued by the Ministry of Land and Transport on high-frequency land use in major cities from April to July 2019, commercial areas in the northern part of downtown Osaka (Sai Mei Tin, Tea House, New Osaka) increased by more than 6%, which is the first time that the increase exceeded 6% in 11 quarters. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism believes that this is mainly due to the scarcity of new development offices in the region and the increasing demand. Earlier, in southern Osaka and Nampo, there was an increase of more than 6% due to the increase of tourists. This is the first record in northern Osaka.

 

Greece

Greece completely abolished four-year capital controls

According to Xinhua News Agency, Greece will completely abolish capital controls that have been in effect for four years. Greece, once deeply in debt crisis, has imposed capital controls since June 29, 2015, setting a cash withdrawal limit of 60 euros per bank card per day. Analysts believe that the abolition of capital controls will help Greece attract investment and improve its credit rating.

 

London, UK

London real estate sales grew 5.2% year-on-year.

According to Rightmove, London's housing sales grew 5.2% year-on-year in July and prices rose 1.3% year-on-year. According to another statistics agency, London's housing sales in August were the highest this year, and high-end property prices in London in the second quarter had risen by 3.1% compared with the end of last year. Sotheby's International Real Estate said the pound was currently at a low level, and as in 2008, investors holding dollars began to undercut the international market in order to diversify risks.

 

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong residents favor Malaysia's second home plan

According to the South China Morning Post, 251 Hong Kong residents in China have applied for Malaysia's Second Home Scheme so far this year, while 193 applications were approved in the whole year last year, especially in the last two weeks. In addition to Malaysia, Australia's New South Wales Immigration Department has also received more applications from Hong Kong residents for investment immigration than ever before.


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