Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly

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The optimistic sentiment which characterized the first quarter was knocked back in the second by the regional spread of the delta variant and low vaccination rates in some jurisdictions. Investment volumes have held up remarkably well, however, with industrial again the go to asset class and the office and retail sectors posting a more varied performance across the region.

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“The office occupier market has roared back to life in the first half of the year, with tech and finance corporations signing a spate of major deals. Nevertheless, supply pipelines loom large in the commercial markets and investors are instead focusing on logistics and niche sectors.” – James Macdonald,mobile casino free play

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“Despite the second wave and the resultant economic uncertainty, investors have displayed confidence in asset classes such as office and retail during Q2/2021. This was further reflected in 1H/2021 recording robust investment inflows, which were approximately 41% of 2020 full-year volume.” – Arvind Nandan,tmk tahun 4 2019

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“The recently expedited rollout of vaccines is likely to hasten the opening of the economy, contributing to corporate activity levels, and more active leasing and sales markets.” – Tetsuya Kaneko,slot bonus

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“The total value of major transactions in this review quarter doubled compared to Q2/2020, amounting to approximately RM2.14 billion. Township development sites contributed the most to the quarter’s overall transaction value, accounting for approximately 36%, followed by residential and industrial transactions at 20% and 19% respectively.” – Nabeel Hussain,high stakes roulette online

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“The determined effort to restart our economy and re-open borders is expected to lift investment sales sharply.” – Alan Cheong,oto malaysia

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“Korea’s housing market prices are expected to remain strong given limited supply and a slew of new real estate policies.” – JoAnn Hong,online casino french roulette

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“Demand for factories and industrial offices from the technology industry is strong. Even though the soft lockdown announced in mid-May might impact the property market, we have not yet seen a significant risk of price correction.” – Erin Ting,malaysia online casino free bonus no deposit required

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“Logistics deals are driving Thailand’s investment market while other sectors have seen activity levels grind to a halt awaiting a post-COVID economic recovery.” – Jeremy O’Sullivan,mobile casino free play

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“The Vietnamese real estate market has proved to be resilient despite the ongoing pandemic.  FDI has remained strong, which has underpinned continued demand for real estate across all sectors, notably for centrally located office buildings, but also industrial and logistics assets, where demand continues to grow at a rapid pace.” – Troy Griffiths,scr2 rebate