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Japan may be first to ride wave of capital in 2013

Published on February 1st, 2013

In separate conversations, CBRE’s and Jones Lang LaSalle’s Asia Pacific heads came out with virtually identical descriptions of the capital markets in the region last year. To paraphrase: “The weight…

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