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India’s office vacancy rate to keep falling

Published on February 4th, 2016

Vacancy rates in India’s office sector will continue to fall over the next two years, JLL claims. “Companies, especially in the e-commerce, telecoms and healthcare sectors, have been snapping up office…

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