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April 2013 Interactive Edition

Published on April 22nd, 2013

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Analysis

Older population presents new challenges and opportunities for China’s mall developers

Shopping mall developers heading into China should tailor projects to match the profile of a rapidly ageing society with greater spending power in coming years, delegates at AsiaProperty’s China retail...

Comment

April Diary

Hitting the poktanju won’t damage your Korea prospects Last month’s ANREV’s Korea conference saw the usual pack of international capital raisers and fund managers out to squeeze some golden eggs...

Analysis

Great Malls of China

At a recent AsiaProperty seminar on Chinese retail, representatives of three key developers and investors in the market gave their dos and don’ts for creating stand-out shopping malls in China...

Comment

Online shopping clicks with China’s consumers

McKinsey’s new research on the Chinese online shopping market contains some fascinating pointers to the future of retail and retail property development in China. The internet allows shoppers in lower-tier...

World News

Asian investors play part in AXA’s City office acquisition

Asian investors were major backers of AXA Real Estate Investment Managers’ acquisition of a major London office building AXA and three investors, two of which are based in Asia, bought...

News

US investor takes stake in Florida Westfield malls

Westfield Group has sold a half stake in six US shopping centres for $700m. US firm O’Connor Capital Partners has taken 49.9% stakes in the Florida portfolio, while Westfield will...

Survey

Next NPS is holy grail in capital raisers’ Korean quest

“NPS is the reason we are all here today!” Young Wuk Choi, head of real estate and infrastructure at Samsung Asset Management, may have been joking in his speech to...

Research

India’s offices primed for rental growth

Indian occupiers are feeling more optimistic about 2013, but expect rents to rise later this year, according to DTZ’s India Office Demand and Trends Survey. DTZ found that last year’s...