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Sufficient new capital to bridge EUR 180bn funding gap: DTZ
Date: 24 November 2010
Category: Market Watch
Europe has the biggest exposure to property debt worldwide, accounting for 51% or $126 bn (EUR 92 bn) of the total $245 bn (EUR 179 bn) debt funding gap over the next three years, according to new research from property adviser DTZ. Second in line is Asia Pacific with 29% ($70 bn), followed by the US with 20% ($49 bn).
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