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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Reaffirming the Invest-China Thesis

The recent confluence of several major geopolitical happenings has recharged the economic and political energy in Asia. Kicking off these media-grabbing events was China’s 19th Party Congress where President Xi Jinping in a three-hour-long speech, gave his economic vision for China as it gears toward a consumption-based economy.

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Brexit - What's Happening

Until the negotiations are completed, the impact of BREXIT on the UK economy remains an uncertainty. In the real estate market, two critical issues that are of grave concern include immigration controls and trade restrictions. While the market has somewhat regained the loss of confidence immediately following the referendum and subsequent election, the eventual economic impact still remains a subject of academic debate. Meanwhile, what is happening in the UK real estate markets?

 

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Hong Kong 20 Years On

Beyond the recent media attention on the twentieth anniversary of the return to China, the question remains whether Hong Kong remains an attractive destination for investors

 

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