Lu Zhang

Lu Zhang is a director at BPM in San Jose, California. She has over ten years of public accounting experience with a focus in international tax. She has experience in all key areas of international tax. Zhang’s career includes a recent secondment to Shanghai, China, where she gained working knowledge on Asia-Pac focused supply chain design and IP planning. She also advises on China-based companies and individuals making overseas acquisitions and investments.

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    Article By Barry Wen Tinysq barry wen Lu Zhang Tinysq lu zhang 1 26 17

    Investing in a real estate market in another country can be challenging. However, with the strength of the U.S. economy, the devaluation of the yuan and a relatively low interest rate in the United States, Chinese investment in the U.S. real estate market has been growing despite China's economic slowdown and increased foreign exchange controls.

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