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Chinese land sales took lion’s share as Asian deals accounted for half of 2012 transactions

Published on March 1st, 2013

Asia accounted for half of the world’s commercial real estate deals last year, according to Real Capital Analytics, but Chinese land deals skewed the region’s figures. For all of 2012,…

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