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Invesco plans launch to join J-REIT boom

Published on May 11th, 2014

Office specialist will acquire five assets worth ¥78.6bn, as new and established J-REITs ramp up investment  Invesco Real Estate plans to float a Japanese REIT next month, as the listed…

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