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Financial hub can’t bank on a boom despite signs of an upturn

Published on January 7th, 2014

With little space coming on line and steady occupier demand, singapore’s office sector faces a modest revival. but a return to the golden days before lehman brothers’ collapse looks unlikely,…

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