International supplement 2006 Eng

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  • Ain’t no stopping US now

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    A new wave of American investors is ploughing money into commercial property across Europe. Sean McAllister reports from Manhattan. Illustration by Shonagh Rae

  • How to get a grip…

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    …on the ‘wild west’ German market where anyone can act as a broker and the complex tax and legal system can hold investors back.

  • International supplement 2006 (Eng)

    International supplement 2006 Eng

  • Manhattan transfers

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    At least two big US chains will be opening high-profile London stores next year. Sean McAllister reports from New York on cutting edge retail strategies we might soon be seeing

  • Stumbling bloc

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    Overseas investment in Belgrade is being hampered by excessive red tape, land-ownership issues, money-launderers and the cultural legacy of the Milosevic era. Adam Benzine reports

  • The pole Star

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    ING Real Estate is about to open a €400m shopping centre in Warsaw. Doug Morrison reports from Poland

  • Where the auction is

    International supplement 2006 Eng

    Deirdre Hipwell visits a Berlin auction to find out how the market works for small investors


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