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Alternative sectors join Chinese and Japanese core assets on real estate investors’ wish list…

Published on March 9th, 2015

Japan, China and core assets dominate investor intentions for 2015, CBRE research found. The broker’s Investor Intentions Survey 2015 also found an increasing desire for alternative real estate sectors. A…

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