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Published on October 12th, 2015

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Key data: Non-listed sector

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Survey Introduction

KOREA The country’s property market is suffering the knock-on effects of China’s slowdown and office oversupply in Seoul, but overseas investors are still chasing refurbished or well-let office opportunities South...

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Eighth Blackstone global fund closes with $15.8bn firepower

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