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International supplement 8 November 2002
Imagine a place where you can build your own land, where entire shopping malls sell nothing but jewellery. Dubai is the land of developers' dreams. Or is it? We leapt into a speedboat to find out
Western companies are feeling the backlash as Saudi Arabia braces itself for a US attack on Iraq. But money could pour into the UK as a result.
Booming economy, rents at all-time highs, investors fighting for a slice of the action… could this really be Moscow? We investigate a property revolution in action
Hungary has been a victim of its own success, with the economic slowdown leaving Budapest awash with vacant office space and unlet retail units.
Ian Gladwin of Cushman & Wakefield Healey & Baker in Kuwait rounds up sector activity across the smaller Gulf states, particularly Kuwait's efforts to diversify from its reliance on oil
Poland's potential as the gateway of Europe has unleashed foreign interest but the immaturity of Warsaw's market poses challenges in the run-up to EU accession.
This summer's floods have drenched the properties of Prague but the deluge does not seem to be dampening the spirits of office and retail investors.
DTZ Research offers an overview of the investment market in east and central Europe and the shifting focus of attention between Budapest, Warsaw and Prague
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