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Real Estate primed for $75bn Asian insurance pay out

Published on July 11th, 2014

Relaxation of regulations that have kept Asian insurance firms underweight in property investment could see up to $30bn being spent in overseas real estate markets by 2018, CBRE estimates  Asian…

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