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Published on May 1st, 2013

The Japanese developer is rapidly expanding its business at home and in China, while an Indonesian joint venture is the next step in its growth plans for South east Asia …

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Abenomic miracle is further shot in the arm for recovering Japanese property markets

Japan has long been the ‘sick man’ of Asia, but the economic policy of its new government has boosted sentiment and acted liked a spurt of nitrous oxide to an...


Property firms put dim sum and other bonds on menu

DTZ reports a 40% rise in bond issuance by Asian property firms last year, with Hong Kong-listed, renminbi-denominated ‘dim sum’ issuance so far this year already being double the 2012...


Manulife seals towering Hong Kong deal

Canadian insurer Manulife has bought a Hong Kong tower in the largest single-office deal in Kowloon. Manulife bought the West Tower at One Bay East, 83 Hoi Bun Road, Kowloon...


Expanding world of Asia Pacific property exerts strong gravitational force on international capital

The amount of real estate held by investors grew more than 10% in many Asian markets last year, with overseas players seeking a bigger piece of the action, DTZ’s Money...


Australia’s Dexus lands tower in Brisbane as Charter Hall teams up to buy Bank of Queensland HQ

Dexus Property Group and its Wholesale Property Fund have jointly acquired 480 Queen Street in Brisbane from Grocon for A$543.9m ($553.8m). The Australian listed group and the fund it manages...


• The FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Asia Index gained 4.9% in April, ahead of the North America index, up 3.9%, but behind Europe, which rose 5.9%. • Asia Pacific’s best performer...


Robust Asia Pacific investment markets boost Q1 results for Jones Lang LaSalle and CBRE

Jones Lang LaSalle and CBRE produced solid results for Q1 2013, with improved Asia Pacific performance. Alastair Hughes, JLL’s Asia Pacific chief executive, called his group’s performance “solid in a...

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