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Around $10.3 billion of Chinese direct investment headed into Australia in 2017.

Drop in Chinese investment

Australia outperformed most other jurisdictions as a destination for Chinese direct investment in 2017 despite a fall in flows and declining confidence in the country as a safe location for capital, according to KPMG.

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