Bridging the Infrastructure Financing Gap

According to the UN 2014 revision to the report "World Urbanization Prospects", over 66 per cent of the world's population will be residing in urban areas by 2050, up from 54 per cent in 2014.

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A New Era of Xi’s Centralized Power

The political shift towards an unlimited presidency represents China's most decisive change yet from the 1980s. Despite the cloud of a potential trade war with the US (which is increasingly low), this centralisation of power under Xi's administration will reduce domestic political uncertainty, accelerate market and social reforms, and ultimately boost the country's economic prospects.

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Inside APF Research (1 - 14 Nov 2018)

According to RICS’s 3Q2018 Global Commercial Property Monitor, real estate sentiment around the world has generally remained positive, in spite of the emergence of some market risks.

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