Industrial investment flows increased across Europe by just 3% in the first half of 2011, according to the latest Jones Lang LaSalle European Industrial Bulletin. Uncertain economic conditions and limited product availability has led to industrial real estate investment volumes stagnating, with activity slowing down rapidly in May and June. This resulted in the second quarter of 2011 seeing the first significant decline on a 12-month rolling basis, down 12% quarter-on-quarter, even though it remained 5% higher year-on-year.
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