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Beijing tenants won’t pay to go green despite pollution fears

Published on May 11th, 2015

Pollution in Beijing is a concern for office occupiers, but has minimal effect on the market, CBRE research has discovered. However, CBRE found that ‘greener’ and more modern buildings showed…

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