Harvey Retracts Statement on Larry Wang Regional Center

Last week, during an interview widely read among our Chinese subscribers, Jean-Francois Harvey indicated foreign investment migration firms should not have any compunctions about sourcing clients directly from China and compete directly with Chinese firms on their home territory because Chinese firms did not hesitate to compete outside of their home market. As examples, he

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Harvey Takes Dig at Chinese Agencies’ Warnings to Stay Out of Their Territory

The large international investment migration firms generally don’t source clients directly from Mainland China, but rather rely on B2B agreements with a network of Chinese immigration agencies to supply application volume, a model that has successfully helped at least 100,000 Chinese participate in residence and citizenship by investment programs over the last decade. International firms,

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Larry Wang talks to Investment Migration Insider – Full interview

Larry Wang, president and founder of Well Trend, one of China’s largest immigration companies, sat down with Investment Migration Insider to talk about the common mistakes international investment migration companies make when attempting to penetrate the Chinese market, which strategies they can adopt to successfully partner with Chinese agents, and whether there’s a chance Beijing

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“Don’t step on others’ territory…or you’ll get punished” – Larry Wang on CIP/RBI firms entering China

Larry Wang, president and founder of Well Trend, one of China’s largest immigration companies, sat down with Investment Migration Insider to talk about the common mistakes international investment migration companies make when attempting to penetrate the Chinese market, which strategies they can adopt to successfully partner with Chinese agents, and whether there’s a chance Beijing

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Larry Wang – The Immigration Market in China: Threats and Opportunities

This article first appeared in the Investment Migration Bulletin and has been reprinted with the permission of the Investment Migration Council. For centuries, China has experienced many historical periods of emigration and in the era of modern emigration, large numbers of Chinese have migrated to popular immigration destinations such as the U.S., Canada, Australia, U.K.,

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