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Tokyo is hot for 2015, but Asia may catch cold from China

Published on December 9th, 2014

Tokyo and Sydney are hotly tipped for investment and development in surveys by AsiaProperty and The Urban Land Institute, but many respondents fear the knock-on effects of a Chinese slowdown…

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