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International Supplement November 03
Ready and waiting for EU accession, Warsaw is recovering only slowly from its 2001 slowdown
High inflation is Moscow's main challenge as plucky investors take more of an interest in the city
While UK investors drag their heels in central Europe, global firms have started looking further east beyond the first round of EU accession countries.
Western shopping trends are becoming firmly established in Budapest, Prague and Warsaw. We examine the changing retail scene
Developers tell Natalie Stevenson what it’s like to do business in countries that are still struggling to cast off their reputation for corruption
Knight Frank's Southern and Eastern Africa Report puts the continent's property scene under the microscope. Global research chief Steve Mallen gives us a taster of its findings
Prague’s historic streets have made it big on the cinema screen – and the property sector can get a piece of the action, too.
Nearly 10 years on from the end of apartheid, South Africa is still a fractured society. Helen Thomas visits the country to assess regeneration efforts so far and evaluate how the property market has evolved since 1994
After firing 30% of its workforce in the 1990s recession, it was perhaps understandable the UK market showed little interest in the emerging markets of central and eastern Europe.
The rehabilitation of a railway line in once war-torn Mozambique is hardly likely to excite players in the property industry in the UK or in other European countries.
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