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Bob Sulentic on Bloomberg

Bob Sulentic on Bloomberg

CBRE’s CEO Bob Sulentic was interviewed on the state of the commercial real estate market following release of the company’s Q4 2016 financial results.

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Channel News Asia Interviews Henry Chin

Channel News Asia Interviews Henry Chin

Henry Chin on 15:05 –speaks to Channel News Asia about why he’s still optimistic about Chinese investor appetite, and how supply is a big factor in keeping prices in HK in check. – this is for the blurb to accompany the upload.

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CNBC Interviews Henry Chin

CNBC Interviews Henry Chin

Dr Henry Chin, Head of Research for CBRE Asia Pacific, discusses 2017’s outlook for commercial real estate with CNBC.

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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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The New Era of Green Buildings in China

Greater Pearl River Delta Infrastructure Outlook

The Greater Pearl River Delta (GPRD) includes nine Pearl River Delta (PRD) cities in Guangdong Province: Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Huizhou, Foshan, Zhongshan, Zhuhai, Jiangmen, and Zhaoqing, as well as two Special Administrative Regions: Hong Kong and Macau. It serves as the economic engine of Southern China, which holds a critical position in the national economy. The region is not only a key investment hub for Chinese capital, but it is also one of the five major megalopolises in the country.

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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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APAC Real Estate Markets Outlook 2015

Innovative Beijing - Trends of CRE Strategies for TMT Occupiers

Despite the slowdown of overall economic growth in China, the TMT industry ( Technology, Media and Telecom ) continues to expand rapidly, boosted in significant part by the launch of the " Mass Entrepreneurship and Mass Innovation" policy, which is aimed at liberalizing restrictions and making regulation more efficient to encourage innovation in the TMT industry.

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New Directions in Office Property

Hong Kong New Directions in Office Property

CBRE and Daiwa have joined forces to offer a joint view: that Hong Kong’s office sector is poised for fundamental changes resulting from the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect Scheme. CBRE has, for the second time, lent its commercial property expertise and Daiwa Capital Markets’ financial analysis and forecasting skills to collaborate on a report which gives investors a unique view on the significance of the Stock Connect Scheme and its implications for Hong Kong’s office sector in the coming years.

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