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International investors spur deal volumes in London
Date: 7 October 2011
Category: Market Watch
International investors continue to drive investment volumes in the Central London office market with non-UK capital accounting for 56% of the total so far this year, according to the latest quarterly figures from Jones Lang LaSalle. In total, £8.1 bn (EUR 9.4 bn) has been transacted in London in the first nine months, the adviser said.
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