ANU: New database tracks Chinese investment into Australia

The ANU today released the first public database tracking Chinese investment in Australia, which shows there has been $40.4 billion worth of investment over the past four years.

The data shows Chinese investment in Australia peaked in 2016 with $14.9 billion worth of transactions in the calendar year, followed by $8.9 billion in 2017.

Last year the mining sector accounted for the biggest proportion of Chinese investment making up just over half of total value of transactions, followed by Health Care and Social Assistance with 15.5 per cent.

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