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Asia Pacif ic is in driving seat as DTZ reports global property markets powering ahead

Published on July 11th, 2014

Asia’s property investment market recorded a 9% leap in value during 2013, leading a global real estate recovery that has seen confidence return to both investors and lenders  With levels…

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