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Asian divisions add over $1bn to CBRE and JLL 2014 results

Published on February 9th, 2015

The world’s largest property services businesses both pulled in more than $1bn in Asia Pacific revenues last year, contributing to a successful 12 months overall. JLL reported a 19% rise…

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