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New investment this year to keep pace with 2015, as investors maintain mature attitude to property

Published on February 4th, 2016

Annual snapshot of investors’ attitudes to global real estate predicts repeat of last year’s healthy level of new investment, with Japan the top Asian pick as mature markets and core…

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