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Office market squeeze remains the Central dilemma

Published on January 7th, 2014

Hong Kong’s CBD, hard-wired to global financial markets, has suffered a 20% fall in office rents since 2008. Rent prospects are better city-wide, but long-term growth will depend on creating…

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