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Asian cities have world’s costliest offices

Published on July 6th, 2013

Hong Kong is the world’s most expensive office market and Jakarta the city with the strongest rental growth, CBRE Global Research and Consulting’s Prime Office Occupancy Costs survey shows. Four…

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