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Rise in Tokyo office vacancy rates defies economic recovery

Published on January 7th, 2014

Tokyo’s office vacancy rates continued to rise in Q2 2013, Jones Lang LaSalle research shows, despite a 4.1% annualised rise in Japanese GDP in Q1. The vacancy rate at the…

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