Daily Brief

March 27, 2017

TODAY’S TOP FIVE CAN’T-MISS STORIES

  • 1

    China's wealthy begin rush for U.S. immigrant investor visa.

    Congress is considering whether to raise the minimum fee for the EB-5 visa program, which attracts real estate investors from China. Read more on Bloomberg

  • 2

    Chinese company buys 21% stake in SeaWorld.

    "The SeaWorld brand and expertise will help Zhonghong expand in China during a theme-park gold rush." Read more on Bloomberg

  • 3

    Apple achieves patent win in Chinese court.

    The ruling comes in response to a claim by Shenzhen Baili Marketing Services that Apple had infringed on its design patent. Read more on Reuters

  • 4

    Capital controls pose challenges for Art Basel's mainland buyers.

    Government restrictions for taking money out of mainland China have meant galleries have to find alternative payment methods, but it's becoming "much harder" to do so. Read more on Reuters

  • 5

    Norwegian seafood industry looks to China market.

    The salmon industry is counting on Chinese consumers' growing interest in the health benefits of fish. Read more on Bloomberg

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