Asia-Pacific – Page 5

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    De-mystifying Indonesia

    March 2013 (Magazine)

    Investors see a lack of transparency and concrete investment opportunities in Indonesia, missing the chances, writes John van Oost

  • The waiting game
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    The waiting game

    November 2012 (Magazine)

    Investors will need to wait longer for the Japanese real estate markets to bottom out, writes Takahiro Okubo

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    Home improvement

    November 2012 (Magazine)

    The Chinese government has been tightening the screw on the domestic residential market. But has it worked? James Buckley finds out

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    Something for all

    November 2012 (Magazine)

    The Asia-Pacific region is arguably the most dynamic property investment market in the world, writes Glyn Nelson

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    Starting to get serious: pan-Asian performance

    September 2012 (Magazine)

    For the first time the performance of Asian real estate can be compared against the US and Europe. Kevin Swaddle explains why this is so important

  • Introducing the Asian R-Index
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    Introducing the Asian R-Index

    September 2012 (Magazine)

    A new analytical framework for Asian REITs aims to improve corporate governance best practice across the region. Patrick Lecomte explains

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    Ebb and flow

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    The floods in late 2012 caused disruption for Bangkok’s real estate markets. But all sectors have recovered quickly, says Surachet Kongcheep

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    Turkish delight

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Investors have been attracted to its economic growth potential and demographics. But Turkey’s investment story is not straightforward, as Lynn Strongin Dodds writes

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    Oil states untapped

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    The property markets in the Middle East are unlikely to see an influx of institutional capital in the near future, says Craig Plumb

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    Missed opportunity?

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    With strong performance and transparency, investors have good reasons to strongly consider the South African real estate market. Christine Senior reports

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    Building for the future

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    While Europe struggles, the majority of real estate sectors in Jakarta are building on their 2011 growth and enjoying a steady outlook, writes Arief Rahardjo

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    The bear is back

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Last year transaction volumes in Russia rose significantly, while the outlook is generally considered stable, says Kristina Gorkovskaya

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    Opportunity or dilemma?

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Fund managers see plenty of potential in Indian real estate. But they also see a lot of challenges, writes Maha Khan Phillips

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    One market, many opportunities

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Real estate fund managers see a big opportunity in China, but are seeking to capitalise in different ways, writes Maha Khan Phillips

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    Resi suffers winter blues

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    The residential property market is slowing in China and some developers are facing a winter of discontent, writes Thomas Lam

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    Market squeezed

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Developers are finding it difficult to obtain financing and so consolidation could be on the cards. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports

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    A tale of two cities

    July 2012 (Magazine)

    Russia offers growth potential, but can institutional investors feel comfortable with the risks? Shayla Walmsley investigates

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    Slowing slowly

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    What do lower growth forecasts for China mean for its real estate markets and the wider Asia-Pacific region? Christine Senior reports

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    Asia outperforms the rest

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Office rents across the globe, led by Asia, rose during 2011. After such a positive year, where will the markets go in 2012? Barrie David reports

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    Eyes wide open

    March 2012 (Magazine)

    Government reforms are beginning to reshape the country into a land of opportunity – for the careful investor. Chan Chee Kian reports