The "Booming Chinese Domain Market is Beckoning" | Ron Jackson | DN Journal

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"Though still in short supply, bilingual brokers like George Hong at Guta.com are also making it much easier for non Chinese speakers to buy and sell in the burgeoning Chinese market. With a lot of the obstacles now getting cleared away it is starting to look like a no-brainer to look more toward the Far East."

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China Calling! With New Bridges to Help You Cross the Language Barrier the Booming Chinese Domain Market is Beckoning

China's increasingly important role in the domain aftermarket has been one this year's biggest stories. Chinese buyers have been front and center in many of 2014's biggest deals. In the 1st quarter alone, buyers from China spent $2.43 million for 37.com, another $2.43 million for Youxi.com, $950,000 for 100.com and $800,000 for WAN.com [...] They were buying more than just .coms too. In the same quarter the top seven ccTLD sales were all Chinese .CN domains [...]

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