CEE property investment drops 35% to ¤7.4bn in 2012 - CBRE
07 January 2013, 10:39 PM
Despite solid year-end results in Poland and Russia, commercial real estate investment in central and eastern Europe slid 35% to ¤7.4bn in 2012, consultant CBRE reports. Russia and Poland are increasingly driving volumes, despite decreases of around 20% in both markets.
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