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Asian investors eye Oregon properties, green cards

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Articles - April 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
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By the numbers

By the numbers

  • 1.33 billion: China's population
  • 3.8 million: Oregon's population
  • $4 billion: Oregon exports to China, 2010
  • 477,000: millionaires in China, 2009
  • 104%: increase in millionaires in Hong Kong, 2009-2010
  • 1,000%: growth in softwood timber exports from U.S. to China, 2006-2010
  • $55.2 billion: Chinese investment in U.S., first half of 2010
  • 120: EB-5 regional centers nationwide to boost foreign investment into U.S.
  • 0: EB-5 regional centers in Oregon as of March 2011


 

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China Man
-1 #1 ChinaChina Man 2011-03-28 14:50:27
Yup. Won't be long CHINA will own the whole USA.
Opps, they do now..

Why doesn't our government step in and help the people of the USA..Instead of offering deals to other countries. Ya Right
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Karen Williams
0 #2 Karen Williams, Carroll Community Investments LLCKaren Williams 2011-04-01 17:15:59
Mr. Jacklet gives us too much credit! John Carroll, Bill McCrae and I been privileged to participate in projects we care about, all of which took the efforts of many talented people. Community development is complex and rewarding work, but above all else, it's teamwork. While we hope we were able to make meaningful contributions, the projects got done because of the creativity and leadership of many people from the public and private sectors.
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Rick Waible
-1 #3 Hey China Man with the comment on 3-28Rick Waible 2011-04-20 07:12:03
I was born and raised right here on Oregon. I have served in the US Army and am as patriotic as it gets.....to a point. The US has changed to a culture of sissy laws where we cannot discipline our children or we lose them, our kids are living in a world of sloth habits, most playing video games and not building tree forts and having rock fights. The boy in a bubble race that sues for gain rather than getting up and working for a living. The handout free money every week to buy alcohol, junk food, and depression meds is sitting back and making a population of garbage humans. I say if China can come from poverty/3rd world conditons, and its population is working its way to wealth, and they want to spend it here on assets we were too stupid to hold....go for it China, it seems the US is going to need a sugar daddy.
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0 #4 Real estateGuest 2014-07-14 11:35:56
It seems that Asians see a lot of potential in Oregon property. There are a lot of good things about it.


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