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Asian office rent stipped for 2013 growth

Published on March 1st, 2013

Despite weakening demand in the second half of 2012, Asia Pacific office markets are broadly in the landlord’s favour, with a promising 2013 outlook, according to DTZ. The broker’s Property Times Asia…

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