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Dr Henry Chin, Head of Research for CBRE Asia Pacific, discusses highlights from the 2017 APAC Investor Intentions Survey with CNBC.

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Bob Sultentic on CNBC

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2017 Greater China Real Estate Market Outlook

2017 Greater China Real Estate Market Outlook

The more stable macroeconomic indicators recorded in H2 2016 have provided room for policymakers to fine-tune the loose credit conditions and introduce proactive fiscal growth. Supported by government-led campaigns to promote mass entrepreneurship and innovation, strategically important emerging sectors including information technology, bio-industry, new energy vehicles and digital and creative industry will continue to gain momentum in 2017.

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New Directions in Office Property

China Domestic Occupier Survey 2016

China’s ongoing transition to a more service-driven economy is driving the emergence of new real estate trends. Nowhere has this been more apparent than in the office sector, where economic restructuring and the government’s promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation have resulted in a surge in leasing demand from domestic corporates. CBRE Research data show that in 2015 and 2016, domestic occupiers accounted for more than 80% of new office demand in 17 major cities.

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China Industrial Real Estate​

China Industrial Real Estate​
The Making of New Normal (Part 3)

In the coming years, the growing influence of market factors is likely to lead to more effective use and allocation of land for industrial development. The upgrading of industrial infrastructure, including the transformation of industrial property and facilities, is occurring in concert with a series of economic and social transformations taking place in China. This report focuses on the opportunities and challenges facing developers looking to upgrade their industrial real estate facilities amidst the transformation of industrial parks and industry in China.

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New Directions in Office Property

China Industrial Real Estate​
The Making of New Normal

In the midst of frequent policy updates, China’s manufacturing sector is facing a series of new challenges in the form of the industry upgrade, rapid evolution of domestic consumption and emergence of e-commerce. As a result, industrial real estate, as an indispensable part of the manufacturing industry, is facing significant challenges, as well as new opportunities. What is the impact of these new developments on industrial real estate in China? How should stakeholders such as local governments, manufacturers and real estate developers adapt their business model under the new policy framework? CBRE believes that in the rapidly changing policy and economic environment, industry upgrading, new standards for industrial property development and strategic planning of (business parks) become imperative. A comprehensive and holistic plan and a strong emphasis on operation will become the new normal in the future development of China’s industrial real estate. We will analyze the above issues through a series of viewpoints, focusing on three major aspects of policy update, the transformation of the manufacturing sector and the transformation of the retail sector.

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China Office Tenant Profile and Demand Outlook | 2017 Shanghai

China Office Tenant Profile and Demand Outlook | 2017 Shanghai

After survey in 2015, this year we conducted a second round tenant survey by expanding our sample size from 85 to 115 Grade A office buildings in CBRE’s database and our analysis is based on nearly 4,000 pieces of tenant information, 20% higher than previous report. We believe this report will help our clients to have more insights into China’s most dynamic office market.

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China Office Tenant Profile and Demand Outlook | 2017 Beijing

China Office Tenant Profile and Demand Outlook | 2017 Beijing

The report gives a detail profile of the office tenants in Beijing. It shows foreign companies are major tenants for Grade A office stock, while domestic tenants are catching up and dominating recent leasing activities and expected to be future demand engines; A sector analysis unveils that the rise of domestic tenants relies on the financial sector (44%), and TMT sector (18%).

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CBRE will receive 20 awards across 12 of its national offices across the APAC region at the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards 2016.​

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