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The Rise And Rise Of ASEAN

Dominic Brown • 08/07/2020

In both Demographic Shifts: The World in 2030 and What to Watch in 2020, we highlighted the bright future that lies ahead for Southeast Asia. Indeed, the sub-region is a fundamental driver of Asia Pacific’s Decade in the Sun.

As the markets navigate the unfolding COVID-19 situation, it can be tempting to take our eyes off the longer-term trends and focus solely on the short-term shock and immediate aftermath. Whilst undoubtedly our “What to Watch in 2020” would be different if we wrote it today, we can be fairly certain that the fundamental drivers changing the face of ASEAN will be of essential importance regardless of how far this crisis takes us.

Here we look at some of those drivers, with a focus on the growing number of companies adopting a modified China+ manufacturing strategy and its knock-on impact on commercial real estate.

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Roundtable Discussion: New Strategies Beyond COVID-19 for Japanese Property Market: APREA Japan Webinar

Cushman & Wakefield’s Todd Olson, Executive Managing Director for North Asia and Country Head for Japan, moderated a roundtable discussion at the recently concluded Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA) webinar. The webinar was attended by top investors active in Japan. The panelists discussed the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak and strategies for the Japanese property markets beyond COVID-19.

Watch the webinar replay here.

Todd Olson • 14/07/2020
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The most common question asked by investors over the last 5 weeks has been: how far have prices fallen since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown? The honest answer is that the UK investment market is suffering from inertia and the dramatic fall in transaction volumes means we have had little pricing discovery on deals launched post-COVID-19. So, how do we interpret a fall in volumes?

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