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Published on December 9th, 2014

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IREIT GLOBAL

Floated this summer, the first S-reit to target european property has focused on the german office sector initially, but aims to expand into austria, Holland, Switzerland and eventually the UK...

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Winner is not so clear in Sino-Japanese contest

Which of the two following markets would you rather invest in? The first has terrible demographics, its people are getting older and fewer, and GDP growth is minimal. The second...

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Blackstone greenlights deal for GE’s Japanese resi business

Blackstone has confirmed that it will buy GE Real Estate’s Japanese residential business, as exclusively reported in AsiaProperty in October. The US private equity firm said its funds will acquire...

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Safe havens still woo Asian shoppers

A recent CBRE survey found that a safe, clean environment is Asian consumers’ primary requirement from malls, but good transport links and understanding local culture are also essential factors in...

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Country Garden looks to grow in Australia with Meriton buy

Head of Australia’s biggest resi developer seeks $10bn price from Chinese buyer Chinese developer Country Garden is in talks to buy Meriton, Australia’s largest residential developer, in a deal that...

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Li Ka-Shing firm sells China assets

Li Ka-Shing’s Hutchison Whampoa has sold two Chinese assets for HK$3.8bn ($490.1m). China’s Oceanwide Holdings bought its 71.36% stake in Hutchison Harbour Ring, owner of Shanghai’s Harbour Ring Huangpu Centre...

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LUXURY RETAIL

While China is the biggest luxury retail market not just in Asia but globally, an economic slowdown and changing consumer tastes mean not all Chinese developments in the sector will...

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M&G tips Japan and Sydney to be hotspots in 2015

M&G Real Estate, manager of one of Asia’s few core property funds, is predicting strong performance from Sydney and Japan next year. Cuong Nguyen, associate director of research and strategy...

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