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Colliers’ gain may be no loss for C&W after team switches sides

Published on January 6th, 2014

Last month, Colliers International announced with a great fanfare that it had recruited a 14-strong team from Cushman & Wakefield. Surely C&W would be gutted by this? It appears not….

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