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Property Global Market View: Back from the Brink… But What Next?

A report from CB Richard Ellis provides an update on the global property market. In summary, commercial real estate markets remain mixed, with Asia looking good but other regions experiencing ‘muddled recoveries’.

via CB Richard Ellis – Global Reports.

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