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Tokyo pips top-performer Hong Kong to lead investors’ wish list

Published on September 14th, 2015

Respondents to the latest AsiaProperty/Colliers investment intentions survey identified hong kong offices as asia pacific’s best city and sector combination, but all eyes are turning to the easier-to-access tokyo office…

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