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Mining slowdown cuts fuel supply to urban offices

Published on July 6th, 2013

The waning of Australia’s mining boom has led to some doom-laden predictions for its major office markets, with Brisbane likely to be the worst affected. In May, Morgan Stanley claimed…

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