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Tokyo becomes top target as real estate investors raise their aim across Asia Pacific region

Published on February 9th, 2015

More than half of respondents questioned for ANREV’s annual survey plan to buy in Tokyo, while Asia’s industrial sector is also popular as investors look to step up their property…

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