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Chinese Investment In Overseas Commercial Properties Set To Reach New Record

Chinese investors have put $23.5 billion into overseas commercial real estate in the first eight months of the year, on track to surpass $25.7 billion in all of 2015, according to a recent report by DTZ/Cushman and Wakefield.
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