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More yield compression squeezes investors’ targets across Asia

Published on June 8th, 2015

Tokyo remains the most favoured city, while logistics earns the most “buy”ratings, but investors expect yields to fall further in many markets, AsiaProperty’s latest investment intentions survey shows Property investors…

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