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ANREV Index shows dip in pace for Asian property funds, but Japanese and core vehicles speed ahead

Published on May 11th, 2015

Decline in opportunity fund returns caused a small year-on-year fall for ANREV’s Asian real estate All-Funds index in 2014, but performance improved for core and value-added vehicles Asian real estate…

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