By Giles Barrie, Giles Barrie27 February 2004
Since equities started collapsing in late 2001, property has been gripped by an investment frenzy. Retail parks and shopping centres have flown out of the door, and even offices with medium-term lease expiries in secondary locations have caught voracious investors' eyes. Yet one sector has remained relatively untouched: industrial. ...
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