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Colliers and JLL pick up valuation, advisory and investment teams in Hong Kong and China

Published on February 4th, 2016

Rival property advisers have snapped up former Cushman & Wakefield staffers in Hong Kong and China. Colliers International has recruited a Greater China valuation team. The most senior recruit is…

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