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Feel-good factor filters down to Fukuoka’s office market

Published on May 11th, 2015

The city’s office market is bouncing back from a bout of oversupply following the global financial crisis and is a target for domestic and foreign investors looking for higher returns…

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Feel-good factor filters down to Fukuoka’s office market

The city’s office market is bouncing back from a bout of oversupply following the global financial crisis and is a target for domestic and foreign investors looking for higher returns...

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