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Colliers predicts 2015 ‘quantum leap’ for Asian inbound property investment

Published on April 13th, 2015

Asian outbound investment has been the capital flows story of the past few years, but Colliers International claims this is set to change, with inbound capital taking a “quantum leap”…

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