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Foreign capital keeps stoking heated Japanese investment market despite Abenomics losing steam

Published on December 9th, 2014

Economic growth may have faltered following a rise in consumption tax, but international players remain bullish about Japanese property markets, especially Tokyo offices, due to sound fundamentals Foreign investors’ enthusiasm…

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