Asia

UK owners still dominate London office ownership

Cash from around the world has poured into the capital’s business districts in recent years, but domestic owners still rule the roost. Looking at office… Read more »

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China’s Belt and Road initiative

An initiative is emerging from the depths of Asia that will transform economic growth, construction, investment and trade. Not just in China – which is… Read more »

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Orient to occident and back again

An initiative is emerging from the depths of Asia that will transform economic growth, construction, investment and trade. Not just in China – which is… Read more »

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Centres of excellence

The top 100 richest cities in the world account for around one-third of global GDP. To access 25% of available global output, you would need… Read more »

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Indonesia becomes investors’ smart choice

A rapidly growing working-age population, an increasingly stable economic outlook and a government committed to infrastructure development and market reform make Indonesia the smart choice… Read more »

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Secondary cities withstand shaky politics

Europe’s fractious politics will have a big year in 2017. With populist movements gaining ground and parts of eastern Europe led back out into the… Read more »

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New Chinese investment rules – how will they impact the UK market?

China’s proposed changes for the rules governing overseas investment are likely to fuel appetite for UK assets from Hong Kong-based investors and could have a… Read more »

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Asia overview: real estate in numbers

Continent overview 2.1bn 2.3bn 7.1% $4.3tn 79 30.7 yrs Urban population Rural population Projected GDP growth rate in Fastest-growing economy: Total wealth of ultra high… Read more »

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Property giants combat the age of anxiety

Nothing says business like a dramatic, black-and-white short film. A slick edit, high production values and wide, sweeping shots of perfectly tailored men and women… Read more »

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Hong Kong home price rise likely to be short-lived

Hong Kong secondary property prices rose 1.6% in Q2, but analysts predict the rebound could prove short-lived. Prices had fallen 4.8% in the prior quarter,… Read more »

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