Investment Opportunities in Country Clubs, Resorts and Municipal Parks

by Roy McClanahan
(Shenzhen, Guangdong, China)

HONG KONG, January, 2015 - Sino-US International Business Group, Co., Limited ( www.susibg.com ) connects individual investors to a large-scale commercial and greenspace development company based in Hong Kong and China. This company, Shenzhen Guoyi Park Construction Company Limited ( www.szguoyi.com ), is responsible for the design, development and maintenance of resorts, parks, country clubs, business social clubs, golf courses, monuments and municipal greenspace in mainland China. Its founding partner, Mr. Guanyong Zhong, entered the business in 1999 with a share capital of USD 9.8 million. As of 2014, SGPC has completed over 100 projects valued at USD 222 million.

However, the SGPC has only recently opened its doors to international investors. Over the last 20 years China has increasingly encouraged foreign direct investment, and as of 2013 SGPC concluded it would be of mutual benefit to follow that trend, resulting in the Sino-US International Business Group.

Now that the Sino-US Group has expanded our partnerships internationally, this highly responsive market is available to individuals worldwide. We are seeking ambitious investors to participate and prosper in our joint ventures.

The Sino-US portfolio is considered aggressive and consists of diversified medium-risk commercial projects. The minimum amount for an investment of capital is 1 million USD. Based on the successful track record of SGPC, this Business Group expects to generate revenue between 5% and 15% per annum on all commercial investments with occasional periods of rapid expansion during which yields, in the past, have exceeded 9% to 20% ROI for domestic partners.

The potential for growth is tremendous. China is now one of the leading foreign direct investment recipients in the world, receiving almost 80 billion USD in 2005 according to World Bank statistics. Among its top-performing industries are city parks, golf courses and country clubs, which constitute nearly 90% of the Sino-US Group's investment interests.
City parks are a fast-growing industry in mainland china. These parks and their surrounding businesses account for about 60% of the revenue generated by SGPC in their 15 years of development. Mr. Guanyong Zhong's design choices have weathered the market not only because of his experience in the field, but because the expansionist climate in China supports an overall trend of growth.

In addition, roughly 30% of revenue for SGPC has been generated by the design, development and sale of country clubs and associated golf courses. Golf in China is a growing industry with numerous golf courses being established, especially in the province of Hainan. For the general public, golf is considered to be prohibitively expensive. However, it is seen as the top recreational sport for business people and officials with an annual growth rate of 7.5% according to the China Golf Industry Report (2011).

More golf/country clubs are being constructed in rural areas to try to boost local property and land prices, offering vital revenue for fiscally stretched local governments. Since 2004, the number of business social clubs in China has more than tripled, from 170 to 639 in 2013. However, many more are needed to satisfy the appetite of rapidly growing influential groups in industry sectors. One such project (Mission Hill China) completed by Mr. Zhong can be viewed at http://www.missionhillschina.com/en-US/.

We believe that the projects of Shenzhen Guoyi Park Construction Company will continue to be lucrative and offer more than adequate returns. It is a win-win situation for any venture capitalist desiring an exciting new frontier for foreign investment.

Email me, personally ( rem@susibg.com ), to arrange a meeting or to further discuss this proposal.

For more information, visit our website: www.susibg.com

Sino-US International Business Group
Roy McClanahan, Vice President
Email: rem@susibg.com

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