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Deleveraging will slow European investment growth: DTZ
Date: 24 April 2012
Category: Market Watch
New European banking regulations are expected to force further deleveraging in the real estate sector and will increase the existing debt funding gap across key European markets, according to DTZ's new edition of its Money into Property 2012 Europe report.
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