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Seoul Q1 Office Take-Up Hits a Record High

Published on July 11th, 2014

Office space absorption in Seoul hit a record quarterly high in Q1 2014, according to JLL, as oversupply continues to ease. Overall net absorption in the South Korean capital was 206,500m2…

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