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Foreign buyers vie with J-REITs in race for Japanese assets

Published on March 9th, 2015

Tokyo is foreign investors’ first choice in Asia, but they face tough competition from highly acquisitive J-REITs Japanese real estate investment trusts are leading the charge into property this year,…

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