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

Published on December 9th, 2014

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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