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Admiral Investment highlights Asian REITs’ strong returns

Published on March 9th, 2015

Research from Admiral Investment Management shows Asian REITs have performed strongly since the first was launched in Japan in 2001, producing a 12.35% total annual return. One, three and five-year…

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