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C&W urges occupiers to hit Singapore for low office rents

Published on March 1st, 2013

The growing gap between Hong Kong and Singapore office rents presents an opportunity for occupiers, according to the latest Cushman & Wakefield Office Space Across the Word report. Singapore office…

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