Knight Frank: Global Real Estate Markets 2010
"At the start of 2009, nearly every global office market was in the midst of a period of weak occupier demand, falling rents and rising vacancy rates. As the year progressed, however, there was a divergence in the fortunes of the major global markets, as some showed early signs of recovery, while others continued to suffer. By the end of the year, prime office rents had begun to move upwards in Hong Kong, stabilised in the West End of London, and continued on a downward trend in ...
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