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Naoki Mita to lead Cushman & Wakefield’s Retail Landlord Rep Services in Japan

Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, announced today that Naoki Mita has joined the firm in Tokyo as Director of Landlord Representation, Retail Services. The Retail Landlord Representation Services team provides leasing advisory services to landlords, developers and owners of retail properties, including shopping centers throughout Japan. Naoki will leverage his 26 years of retail experience, which includes shopping center tenancy and store management, to expand Cushman & Wakefield’s Landlord Representation services in Tokyo and in regional cities throughout Japan.

Isao Suga • 4/1/2020

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Investors Remain Positive on Mainland China’s Long-term Growth

Cushman & Wakefield’s 2020 Mainland China Commercial Real Estate Investor Intentions Survey report demonstrates strong investor confidence in the mainland China market, despite the Covid-19 outbreak.

James Shepherd • 3/19/2020

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