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Record global revenues leave CBRE and JLL upbeat on Asia…

Published on February 1st, 2013

Both firms report rise in Asia revenues, but recruitment drives hit pre-tax earnings  The region’s largest brokers are expecting a strong 2013 in Asia Pacific, after both firms reported record…

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